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  • Sep 20, 1982
    Wayne and Kathlyn Osmond have their fourth child, Sarah Elizabeth Osmond
    Sep 20, 1982
    Full Moon/Asylum releases Johnny Lee & Friends' "Cherokee Fiddle," with backing vocals by Michael Martin Murphey and Charlie Daniels
    Sep 20, 1981
    Nashville mayor Richard Fulton announces that two blocks of Hawkins Street on Music Row will be renamed Roy Acuff Place during a roast of Acuff at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. On hand for the roast: Gene Autry and vice president George Bush
    Sep 20, 1980
    Elvis Presley's widow, Priscilla Presley, appears on the cover of TV Guide
    Sep 20, 1980
    Merle Haggard and Leona Williams perform "The Bull And The Beaver" on an installment of "Hee Haw"
    Sep 20, 1979
    "The Muppet Show" welcomes special guest John Denver
    Sep 20, 1978
    Rick Nelson sings "Mystery Train" on the inaugural episode of "Dick Clark's Live Wednesday" on NBC-TV. Also appearing: Charlie Daniels, Charlie Rich, Chuck Berry, Doug Kershaw and Doc Severinsen
    Sep 20, 1978
    RCA releases Waylon Jennings' album "I've Always Been Crazy"
    Sep 20, 1978
    ABC releases Barbara Mandrell's album "Moods"
    Sep 20, 1977
    The self-titled album by Southern rock band The Outlaws is certified gold by the RIAA. The group includes future BlackHawk lead vocalist Henry Paul

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