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May 5, 1942 Virginia Wynette Pugh--alias Tammy Wynette--is born in Itawamba County, Mississippi. The Country Music Hall of Fame inductee, nicknamed the First Lady of Country Music, succeeds with a pain-soaked vocal style, exemplified in "Another Lonely Song," "'Til I Get It Right" and "Stand By Your Man"
May 5, 1965 Buck Owens records an instrumental called "Paris" at the Capitol Recording Studios in Hollywood. He later retitles it "Buckaroo"
May 5, 2011 Miranda Lambert makes a surprise on-stage appearance to sing "Workin' Man Blues" with Easton Corbin during his concert at Fourth Street Live in Louisville
May 5, 2013 Hunter Hayes sings "Somebody's Heartbreak" on NBC's "The Celebrity Apprentice" as Trace Adkins' team wins a contest with the best party at a suite in Brooklyn's Barclay Center. Former champion John Rich returns as one of Donald Trump's judges
May 5, 2004 "Willie Nelson & Friends: Outlaws & Angels" is taped at Los Angeles' Wiltern Theatre. Guests Toby Keith and Merle Haggard join Nelson on "Pancho And Lefty." Also appearing: Bob Dylan, Lee Ann Womack, Shelby Lynne, Carole King, Lucinda Williams, Jerry Lee Lewis, Keith Richards, Al Green and Kid Rock
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