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  • Apr 16, 1992
    George Strait records "I Cross My Heart" at Nashville's Sound Stage
    Apr 21, 1992
    MCA releases George Strait's album "Holding My Own"
    Apr 27, 1992
    Gary Morris portrays a doctor on CBS-TV's "Designing Women," where he sings "Make The World Go Away." Also heard in the episode: George Strait's "You Look So Good In Love"
    Apr 28, 1992
    George Strait records "Heartland" at Nashville's Sound Stage
    May 7, 1992
    Filming begins on George Strait's first movie, "Pure Country." The picture also features an appearance by John Doe, a co-founder of the Los Angeles punk group X
    May 18, 1992
    For his 40th birthday, George Strait is given a custom Harley-Davidson lowrider by his wife, Norma Strait
    Jun 23, 1992
    "Holding My Own" becomes George Strait's 15th RIAA-certified gold album
    Jun 29, 1992
    MCA releases George Strait's "So Much Like My Dad"
    Jul 20, 1992
    George Strait collects a gold album from the RIAA for "Ten Strait Hits"
    Sep 2, 1992
    George Strait has two titles singled out as Country America magazine lists the Top 100 Country Songs Of All-Time: "Amarillo By Morning," #49; and "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind," #66

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