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  • Jan 31, 1979
    Porter Wagoner debuts a new disco sound with a performance at Nashville's Exit/In that includes a surprise appearance by J.J. Cale. The Tennessean says the show is "about as disco as Goo Goo Clusters"
    Mar 3, 1980
    In a story in The Tennessean, Loretta Lynn says she admires classical singer Luciano Pavarotti: "He's the Ernest Tubb of grand opera"
    Mar 14, 1982
    The Tennessean names Nashville's Eight Most Eligible Bachelors. The list includes three country music figures: publisher Buddy Killen; songwriter Dennis Morgan; and William Lee Golden, of The Oak Ridge Boys
    Sep 10, 1984
    Johnny Paycheck admits in The Tennessean to using cocaine: "Heroin is a problem. PCP is a killer drug. Cocaine and alcohol are OK, upfront drugs"
    Jun 11, 1986
    French radio station owner Jean-Pierre Antona is arrested for illegally carrying a weapon near the stage while Ricky Skaggs performs at Fan Fair in Nashville. The Tennessean reports that after watching American detective shows on TV, Antona thought everyone in the U.S. carried a gun
    Jan 14, 1989
    The Tennessean reports that Alan LeBoeuf has quit Baillie & The Boys
    Apr 8, 1989
    The Tennessean reports Steve Wariner has married longtime girlfriend Caryn Sever
    Jun 29, 1989
    The Tennessean reports that Arista Records is expected to sign as its first artists: Pam Tillis, Lee Roy Parnell, Alan Jackson, Michelle Wright and Asleep At The Wheel
    May 16, 1990
    Anita Bryant tells The Tennessean she dated Kenny Rogers when both were signed to Carlton Records in the late-1950s
    Aug 11, 1990
    The Tennessean reports The Oak Ridge Boys' Steve Sanders is engaged to Janet Riggins, 16 months after they met in Las Vegas

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