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  • Sep 1, 1995
    Lorrie Morgan pulls in a gold album from the RIAA for her "Greatest Hits"
    Sep 1, 1995
    Trumpet player Louis Armstrong is commemorated with a U.S. postage stamp. The jazz legend played on a couple of releases by country pioneer Jimmie Rodgers
    Sep 2, 1995
    Johnny Cash sings "Folsom Prison Blues" and "Ring Of Fire" for 57,000 people during a concert at Cleveland's Municipal Stadium celebrating the opening of the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. The show also features such acts as Bruce Springsteen, Little Richard, Melissa Etheridge and Cash's former Sun labelmate Jerry Lee Lewis
    Sep 2, 1995
    Jeff Carson earns his only #1 country single in Billboard with "Not On Your Love"
    Sep 3, 1995
    The city of Littlefield, Texas, celebrates Waylon Jennings Day. Johnny Cash joins Jennings in concert
    Sep 5, 1995
    Columbia releases singer/songwriter Marcus Hummon's debut album, "All In Good Time." Two songs from the album become hits for other artists: "One Of These Days," for Tim McGraw; and "Bless The Broken Road," for Rascal Flatts
    Sep 5, 1995
    Columbia releases Roy Orbison's "Super Hits"
    Sep 5, 1995
    The National Enquirer reports that Tammy Wynette is in need of a liver transplant. The story, which also claims she underwent an angioplasty in August, leads Wynette to file a suit against the magazine for invasion of privacy
    Sep 5, 1995
    Wade Hayes earns a gold album from the RIAA, for "Old Enough To Know Better"
    Sep 5, 1995
    Jeffrey Jones and Brian Jones file suit against their father, George Jones, in Beaumont, Texas, claiming he owes them royalties on 25 songs he has written, according to terms of a 1968 divorce

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