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  • Jul 9, 1979
    "Roller Mania!": Olivia Newton-John appears in skates on the cover of People magazine. The story also highlights John F. Kennedy Jr., The Village People, Andy Warhol and Tanya Tucker
    Aug 6, 1979
    "Bee Gee Mania": Months after Susie Allanson's version of their song "Words" became a country hit, pop singer/songwriters Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb are featured on the cover of People magazine
    Sep 3, 1979
    Conway Twitty tells People magazine that rock 'n' roll has contributed to the nation's moral decay and says he's disappointed in the way women have changed: "The way they talk, the way they more and more take the man's role... just turns me plum off"
    Sep 10, 1979
    "Music Biz Blues": Kenny Rogers--one of few financial success stories in music's down economy--appears on the cover of People magazine with Donna Summer, Paul McCartney, Deborah Harry and Peter Frampton
    Nov 26, 1979
    As Stephanie Winslow rides the national country charts with the Christine McVie composition "Say You Love Me," McVie and her band, Fleetwood Mac, occupy the cover of People magazine
    Dec 10, 1979
    Four years after he was saddled with $65,000 in debt, Kenny Rogers owns the cover of People magazine with wife Marianne, having grossed $13 million the previous year
    Jan 21, 1980
    Future Earl Scruggs collaborator Steve Martin makes the cover of People magazine
    Jan 28, 1980
    "Elvis: How Did He Die?": The cover of People magazine is devoted to Elvis Presley's alleged addiction to prescription drugs
    Apr 21, 1980
    Former Country Music Association award-winner Olivia Newton-John shares the cover of People magazine with Andy Gibb
    May 26, 1980
    A shirtless Mac Davis holds the cover of People magazine

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