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IT'S FIVE O'CLOCK SOMEWHERE

By ALAN JACKSON/JIMMY BUFFETT

JUST GOOD OLD BOYS w. Joe Stampley

By MOE BANDY

GEORGIA ON MY MIND

By WILLIE NELSON

LORD, I HOPE THIS DAY IS GOOD

By Don Williams

TELL ME WHY

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2002 - The T Bone Burnett-produced "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" wins Album of the Year and Best Compilation Soundtrack Album, and influences triumphs in four other categories, during the 44th annual Grammy Awards at Los Angeles' Staples Center
1990 - Arista releases Alan Jackson's debut album, "Here In The Real World"
1982 - Don Williams' "Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good" reaches the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart
1961 - Marty Robbins' "Don't Worry," featuring a signature fuzz guitar solo, hits #1 on the Billboard country chart
1936 - Chuck Glaser is born in Spalding, Nebraska. A 1970 winner of the Country Music Association's Vocal Group of the Year award, Tompall & The Glaser Brothers net hits in 1971 and 1981, and sing on Marty Robbins' "El Paso"