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  • Aug 1, 1982
    Donnie Hale, Rose Maddox' son, dies in Reno, Nevada
    Jun 30, 1987
    The Desert Rose Band and Lyle Lovett play the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles. Among the faces in the crowd: Rose Maddox, Bernie Taupin, Bruce Hornsby and Elton John
    Jan 17, 1997
    William Lee Golden joins the Alabama Music Hall of Fame during an event at the Von Braun Civic Center in Huntsville. Added the same night: Rose Maddox, Lionel Richie, producer Kelso Herston, steel guitarist Don Davis and The Speer Family
    Apr 15, 1998
    Rose Maddox dies of kidney failure in Ashland, Oregon. She was the lead singer of The Maddox Brothers & Rose, nicknamed the Most Colorful Hillbilly Band in America, and spent eight years with the Grand Ole Opry
    Sep 17, 2019
    Three performances by The Maddox Brothers & Rose are used in episode three of the PBS series "Country Music: A Film By Ken Burns." That includes their recording of "Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down" and live versions of "Water Baby Boogie" and "Mule Skinner Blues"

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