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Apr 20, 1978 Multi-instrumentalist Clay Cook is born in Snellville, Georgia. After working with The Marshall Tucker Band and John Mayer, he joins The Zac Brown Band in time to work on the album "You Get What You Give"
Apr 20, 2008 Hank Williams, Steve Wariner and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band are added to the Music City Walk of Fame in Nashville, along with jazz musician Kirk Whalum, Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman and "Ring Of Fire" songwriter Merle Kilgore
Apr 20, 2012 Eric Church's "Springsteen" goes gold
Apr 20, 1991 ABC-TV airs "Festival At Ford's," a special featuring Randy Travis' performance of "Point Of Light" for president George Bush, plus Alan Jackson, Alabama, K.T. Oslin, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Clint Black, Tammy Wynette, Ricky Skaggs and The Statlers
Apr 20, 1993 Mercury releases Toby Keith's self-titled debut album
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