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  • Apr 26, 1988
    Sire releases k.d. lang's album "Shadowland." The project includes guest appearances by Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn and Brenda Lee
    May 7, 1988
    Dolly Parton performs "When Will I Be Loved" in the final episode of her beleaguered ABC variety show "Dolly!" Her musical guest is Loretta Lynn
    Sep 20, 1988
    Crystal Gayle and Loretta Lynn play a concert together for the first time at Harrah's Tahoe in Nevada
    Oct 10, 1988
    Loretta Lynn and Roy Rogers take their rightful places in the Country Music Hall Of Fame during the 22nd annual Country Music Association awards at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville
    Nov 29, 1988
    The Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn duet albums "We Only Make Believe" and "The Very Best Of Loretta And Conway" are certified gold by the RIAA, along with Twitty's solo albums "Number Ones" and "Conway Twitty's Greatest Hits Vol. II"
    Jan 19, 1989
    Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle sing "Stand By Our Man" to honor George Bush during CBS' "The Presidential Inaugural Gala," from the Washington Convention Center. Also appearing: Randy Travis, Julio Iglesias, Frank Sinatra, Peggy Sue and The Oak Ridge Boys
    Feb 25, 1989
    John Denver appears on "Hee Haw" for the first time, along with Loretta Lynn
    Feb 28, 1989
    A story in The National Enquirer claims Loretta Lynn overdosed on Demerol. She later sues the magazine
    May 20, 1989
    Vern Gosdin, Jo-El Sonnier and Roy Acuff are musical guests on TV's "Hee Haw," hosted for the week by Loretta Lynn and Roy Clark
    Jun 28, 1989
    Loretta Lynn's son, Ernest, is jailed five days for slow payment of child support

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