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TENNESSEE FLAT TOP BOX

By Rosanne Cash

BRAND NEW MAN

By Brooks and Dunn

QUEEN OF HEARTS

By JUICE NEWTON

LUCKENBACH TEXAS w/ Willie Nelson

By WAYLON JENNINGS

PICKIN' UP STRANGERS

By JOHNNY LEE
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04/19/2015 to 04/19/2015 - Hiroshima-born Sadako faces the battle of her life when she is told that she has leukemia, the “atom bomb disease.” Recalling a Japanese legend, Sadako sets to work folding paper cranes. According to the legend, if a person folds 1,000 cranes the gods will grant them a wish.  Based on a true story.
04/10/2015 to 04/10/2015 - The Lexington Singers, along with The Lexington Singers Children's Choir will present the world premiere of a work commissioned by Dr. Rollo Dilworth to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the ending of the American Civil War.
LOCAL NEWS
Notre Dame nearly ruined Kentucky’s run to the history book with an effort that was, well, text book. But in the end,they’re still perfect.
Jonathan Chatham wanted a shopping spree complete with a limo ride as his final "wish." After his death, the Make A Wish foundation wanted to make sure part of what wish was still accomplished.
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2001 - The "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" soundtrack goes platinum.
1992 - Reba McEntire goes to the head of the class in Billboard, reaching #1 with "Is There Life Out There"
1981 - Hank Williams Jr.'s "Texas Women" hits #1 on the Billboard country chart
1969 - Rodney Atkins is born in Knoxville, Tennessee. He hits his stride with the 2006 album "If You're Going Through Hell," which notches four hits, including the title track and "Watching You." His later successes include "It's America" and "Take A Back Road"
1955 - Reba McEntire is born in McAlester, Oklahoma. The winner of multiple Entertainer of the Year awards, she becomes a country icon while expanding into movies, Broadway and even a TV sitcom, entering the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2011