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  • Mar 3, 1998
    Tom Wopat guests for the second time on the ABC sitcom "Home Improvement." Wopat wrote Earl Thomas Conley's "Shadow Of A Doubt"
    Mar 3, 1998
    Warner Bros. releases Faith Hill's single "This Kiss," already a radio hit, to retail
    Mar 3, 1997
    Brooks & Dunn secure six nominations from the Academy of Country Music for its annual awards. George Strait and LeAnn Rimes are each mentioned five times, while Deana Carter, Alan Jackson and Tracy Lawrence are triple nominees
    Mar 3, 1997
    The Eagles are certified by the RIAA for shipments of 24 million copies of "Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975," tying the album temporarily with Michael Jackson's "Thriller" for the highest U.S. certification. The album includes the band's lone country hit, "Lyin' Eyes"
    Mar 3, 1997
    Chet Atkins gives away his most recent Grammy award--the last of 14 he receives during his lifetime--to fellow guitarist and protege Steve Wariner during a performance at Nashville's Caffe Milano, despite the protests of the Recording Academy
    Mar 3, 1996
    Kyle Bailes dies. He played bass behind Hank Williams on "The Louisiana Hayride," and was one of four siblings who performed in various lineups of the Grand Ole Opry duo The Bailes Brothers
    Mar 3, 1995
    The Marty Party Trolley Car is dedicated in Nashville, as Marty Stuart becomes the third artist to have a public bus named after him in Music City. The first two: George Jones and Dolly Parton
    Mar 3, 1994
    On the second anniversary of its release, Little Texas' debut album, "First Time For Everything," is certified gold by the RIAA
    Mar 3, 1994
    Joe Diffie records "Pickup Man" at the Soundshop in Nashville
    Mar 3, 1993
    The soundtrack to "The Bodyguard," buoyed by Whitney Houston's interpretation of Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You," is certified by the Recording Industry Association of America for shipments of 7 million units

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