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  • Dec 13, 1949
    Randy Owen is born in Fort Payne, Alabama. He becomes the lead singer for Alabama, whose blend of country and Southern rock yields numerous gold and platinum honors and a place in the Country Music Hall of Fame
    Feb 11, 1975
    Randy Owen and his wife, Kelly, are married
    Jun 12, 1981
    Hours after Alabama plays on the RCA showcase at Fan Fair, Randy Owen and his wife, Kelly, have a baby boy, Heath Yeuell Owen
    Aug 6, 1984
    When a Wisconsin burn victim is unable to attend Alabama's concert at the State Fair, lead singer Randy Owen visits him in the hospital
    Jun 11, 1986
    Randy Owen and Louise Mandrell serve as captains for the All-American Country Games at Dudley Field during Fan Fair in Nashville
    Apr 20, 1990
    Randy Owen sings the national anthem at a campaign rally for Republican senate candidate Bill Cabaniss at Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center in Alabama. President George Bush is in attendance
    May 11, 1993
    George Strait, Reba McEntire and Alabama's Randy Owen co-host NBC's telecast of the 28th annual Academy Of Country Music awards from Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre. "Pure Country," starring Strait, receives the Tex Ritter Award as top country film
    May 18, 1993
    Alabama's Randy Owen enters a Birmingham hospital with chest pains. He's released the next day
    Dec 18, 1999
    RCA chief Joe Galante turns 50 with a party in which guests are asked to wear 1950s attire. Among the bobby-socksers: Eddy Arnold, K.T. Oslin, Martina McBride, The Warren Brothers and Alabama's Randy Owen
    Feb 22, 2001
    Randy Owen sings "Angels Among Us" at the funeral for NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt at the Calvary Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Also attending are members of Brooks & Dunn and Diamond Rio

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