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  • Feb 6, 1967
    Wade Jackson joins the American Federation of Musicians' Local 257 in Nashville. He wrote one of brother Stonewall Jackson's signature hits, "Don't Be Angry"
    Jul 19, 1967
    Alternative-country icon Gram Parsons applies for membership in the Los Angeles chapter of the Musicians Union
    Mar 17, 1983
    John Prine joins the American Federation of Musicians' Local 257 in Nashville
    Sep 2, 1989
    Randy Travis crosses the American Federation of Musicians' picket line to perform at Las Vegas' Bally's hotel. The union files charges
    May 3, 1991
    Joe Diffie joins the American Federation of Musicians' Local 257 in Nashville
    Jan 15, 1995
    Vic Willis dies in a van accident in Hohenwald, Tennessee. A Grand Ole Opry fixture for nearly 50 years as a solo artist, and as a member of The Willis Brothers, he spent his final 13 years as secretary-treasurer of the musicians' union in Nashville
    Oct 7, 2002
    The Nashville chapter of the musician's union marks its 100th anniversary with a show at the Grand Ole Opry House. Headliners include George Jones, Willie Nelson, Brenda Lee, The Jordanaires, Ray Price, Charlie McCoy and Gene Watson

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