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sheryl   SHERYL CROW GOES COUNTRY!

luke   You won't believe what this superstar did for servicemen...

 

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WEEK OF JULY 26, 2014

 

CT40 Vault - JULY 26

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Featured Artist - Mickey Gilley

 

Excerpts from 1979 and 1981 interview

Mickey and John Travolta     Mickey and Jerry Lee Lewis  Mickey Gilley

BOB: Tell me how you went from a club owner (Gilley's Club) to becoming a number 1 recording artist.

BOB: What did you learn from your first recordings in Nashville?

BOB: How have things changed for you since the film "Urban Cowboy"?

BOB: So how has your club Gilley's been doing lately?

 

 JULY 26, 2010 NUMBER 1 SONG - LUKE BRYAN - "RAIN IS A GOOD THING"

luke bryan       
 

JULY 26, 2000 NUMBER 1 SONG - LEEANN WOMACK - "I HOPE YOU DANCE"

LeeAnn Womack       
 
JULY 26, 1990 NUMBER 1 SONG - GARTH BROOKS - "THE DANCE"
Garth Brooks         
 
JULY 26, 1980 NUMBER 1 SONG - MICKEY GILLEY - "TRUE LOVE WAYS"
mickey gilley         
 

 

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GARTH BROOKS

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Garth Brooks is the biggest-selling country artist in history and a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. He was born to a musical family in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and participated in family talent nights with all his siblings. A three-sport high school athlete, he attended Oklahoma State University on a track scholarship and graduated with a degree in advertising. After graduation, he began playing in Oklahoma clubs and was encouraged by an entertainment attorney to seek a recording career in Nashville.

CT40 MILESTONE - GARTH BROOKS - "IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES"

BOB: "The birth of your daughter Taylor seems to have changed everything for you."

BOB: "It sure seems like you're an all or nothing guy."

BOB: "This tour has been the first where you weren't able to stay and sign autographs for every fan.  How has that felt?"

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