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Aug 23, 2003 Trace Adkins joins the Grand Ole Opry, officially inducted by Ronnie Milsap and Lorrie Morgan. On his big night, he performs "Chrome," "Hot Mama" and "Then They Do"
Aug 23, 2007 Dierks Bentley headlines a Capitol Records block party in Nashville, where he's joined on stage by unannounced guests Troy Gentry, Porter Wagoner, Two Foot Fred and Mark Collie. Also milling about: Little Big Town's Phillip Sweet
Aug 23, 2012 Luke Bryan hears "Drink A Beer," written by Jim Beavers and Chris Stapleton, for the first time. Bryan records it before the year is over
Aug 23, 2009 Garth Brooks, producer Allen Reynolds and record executive Jim Foglesong are honored with the Leadership Music Dale Franklin Award at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel. They close the event with a performance of "I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow"
Aug 23, 1993 Brad Paisley moves from West Virginia to Nashville
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