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Jun 25, 1984George Strait records "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind" at Sound Stage on Music Row in NashvilleJun 26, 1984George Strait records "The Cowboy Rides Away" in a late-night session at the Sound Stage in NashvilleJun 27, 1984George Strait records "The Fireman" at Sound Stage in NashvilleSep 4, 1984MCA releases George Strait's "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind"Sep 28, 1984MCA releases George Strait's album "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind"Oct 21, 1984Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale engage in a presidential debate in Kansas City's Municipal Auditorium. At the same time, the facility's music hall features a concert with Ricky Skaggs, George Strait, Ronnie Milsap and Merle HaggardNov 16, 1984George Strait takes home the first gold album of his career, for "Right Or Wrong"Jan 5, 1985George Strait goes to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind"Jan 14, 1985MCA releases George Strait's "The Cowboy Rides Away"Feb 25, 1985George Strait records "You're Something Special To Me" at the Sound Stage Studios on Music Circle South in Nashville
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