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  • Sep 21, 1997
    Hank Thompson, Roger Cook ("I Believe In You") and Wayne Carson ("Always On My Mind") are inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame during ceremonies at Loews Vanderbilt Plaza
    Sep 21, 1997
    "Waiting For A Train: Jimmie Rodgers' America," a concert honoring the father of country music, features Ricky Skaggs, Junior Brown, Guy Clark, Iris DeMent, Jimmie Dale Gilmore and John Prine at Severance Hall in Cleveland
    Sep 21, 1996
    Hank Williams III makes his Grand Ole Opry debut, clad in a western shirt that had previously been worn by his legendary grandfather. He sings the Hank classics "Moanin' The Blues" and "Lovesick Blues"
    Sep 21, 1996
    "Bless The Broken Road" songwriter Marcus Hummon sings the national anthem before the Vanderbilt football game against Ole Miss at Dudley Field in Nashville. The Rebels beat the hometown Commodores, 20-9
    Sep 21, 1996
    The Georgia Music Hall of Fame opens in Macon. Travis Tritt attends the ceremony, along with Little Richard, The Pips and two members of R.E.M.
    Sep 21, 1996
    One-hit wonder Woody Carter dies. His lone commercial success as a recording artist came with the 1949 single "Sittin' On The Doorstep." He also worked as a supporting musician on Floyd Tillman's "Slipping Around"
    Sep 21, 1996
    Willie Nelson sings the national anthem at Memorial Stadium in Austin, where the Notre Dame Fighting Irish defeat the Texas Longhorns, 27-24
    Sep 21, 1996
    Bryan White hits #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "So Much For Pretending," holding the top spot for two weeks
    Sep 21, 1995
    Bill Monroe visits Rosine, Kentucky, for the unveiling of a bronze plaque bearing his likeness. He plays "Blue Moon Of Kentucky" and "Uncle Pen" with a Navy bluegrass band in what amounts to his final performance in his hometown
    Sep 21, 1995
    "John Berry" earns the singer his first platinum album

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