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  • Nov 16, 1987
    George Strait reels in a gold album from the RIAA for his "Greatest Hits, Volume Two"
    Dec 1, 1987
    George Strait picks up a platinum album from the RIAA, for "Ocean Front Property"
    Dec 11, 1987
    George Strait begins a series of Las Vegas dates, becoming the first singer since Elvis Presley to sell out all of his shows at the Hilton Pavillion. Colonel Tom Parker visits Strait during his run
    Dec 23, 1987
    Randy Travis picks up four nominations for the American Music Awards, with George Strait and Hank Williams Jr. each netting three
    Jan 11, 1988
    MCA releases George Strait's "Famous Last Words Of A Fool"
    Feb 12, 1988
    The Statler Brothers and Randy Travis top the list of nominees in The Music City News awards, with five nominations. Barbara Mandrell, Reba McEntire and George Strait claim four apiece
    Feb 22, 1988
    MCA releases George Strait's album "If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin')"
    Apr 9, 1988
    George Strait realizes a #1 single on the Billboard country chart with "Famous Last Words Of A Fool"
    Apr 19, 1988
    "Strait Country," George Strait's debut album, is certified gold by the RIAA seven years after its release
    Apr 22, 1988
    "If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin')" becomes the 10th album certified gold for George Strait by the RIAA

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