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  • Dec 26, 1988
    MCA releases George Strait's "Baby's Gotten Good At Goodbye"
    Jan 23, 1989
    Ricky Van Shelton's five nominations pace The Nashville Network's Viewers' Choice awards, while George Strait and Dwight Yoakam claim four nominations each
    Feb 6, 1989
    MCA releases George Strait's album "Beyond The Blue Neon"
    Feb 28, 1989
    K.T. Oslin leads the field with five nominations for the 24th annual Academy Of Country Music awards. In the running for the Entertainer of the Year trophy are: Alabama, The Judds, George Strait, Randy Travis and Hank Williams Jr.
    Apr 1, 1989
    George Strait commands the #1 position on the Billboard country singles chart with "Baby's Gotten Good At Goodbye"
    Apr 3, 1989
    MCA releases George Strait's "What's Going On In Your World"
    Apr 10, 1989
    George Strait reclaims the crown as Top Male Vocalist during the 24th annual Academy Of Country Music awards at the Disney Studios in Burbank, California. Strait co-hosts the NBC telecast with Top Female victor K.T. Oslin and actor Patrick Duffy
    Apr 28, 1989
    George Strait collects a gold album from the RIAA for "Beyond The Blue Neon"
    Apr 29, 1989
    George Strait's "Beyond The Blue Neon" lights up the top spot on the Billboard country albums chart
    May 19, 1989
    "Road House," featuring Patrick Swayze and a minor John Doe role, appears in movie theaters. Heard during the picture: George Strait's "All My Ex's Live In Texas" and Alabama's "(There's A) Fire In The Night," plus Bob Seger, Otis Redding and Dion

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