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  • Feb 3, 1984
    Waylon Jennings begins a two-night stand with Gary Morris at Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre. Jennings is visited at the venue by Johnny Cash, fresh from a stay at the Betty Ford Clinic. Cash encourages Jennings to give up cocaine
    Apr 1, 1984
    George Jones opens the Jones Country Music Park in Colmesneil, Texas. The first show features Johnny Cash, who joins Jones on a rendition of "I Got Stripes"
    Apr 7, 1984
    Johnny Cash's "A Boy Named Sue" is used as a wakeup call for the crew of the Challenger Space Shuttle
    May 23, 1984
    Johnny Cash & June Carter tape a performance in New Orleans for the NBC special "Super Birthday - A World's Fair Salute To Bob Hope"
    May 24, 1984
    Johnny Cash performs at the World's Fair in New Orleans
    May 28, 1984
    Johnny Cash & June Carter are featured in NBC-TV's "Super Birthday - A World's Fair Salute To Bob Hope." Also appearing on the special: John Ritter, Brooke Shields, The Lettermen and Mr. T
    Jun 12, 1984
    Waylon's Private Collection museum has its grand opening in Nashville. In attendance are Johnny Cash, Mel Tillis, Jessi Colter and 4-year-old Shooter Jennings
    Jul 4, 1984
    Filming begins in Middle Tennessee for the CBS-TV movie "The Baron & The Kid," starring Johnny Cash
    Jul 6, 1984
    Columbia releases Ray Charles' album "Friendship," featuring collaborations with Willie Nelson, Hank Williams Jr., George Jones, B.J. Thomas, Mickey Gilley, Janie Fricke, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ricky Skaggs, Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard
    Jul 16, 1984
    "Glen Campbell And Friends: The Silver Anniversary" airs on HBO. The guest list includes Kris Kristofferson, Anne Murray, Kenny Rogers, Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson, who duets with Campbell on "On The Road Again"

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