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        COUNTRY MUSIC NEWS - Wednesday, June 12, 2008

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Q. In the Randy Travis song "Three Wooden Crosses", 
which of the characters in the song survived the bus crash?  

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1932 Rockabilly pioneer Charlie Feathers born in Holly 
Springs, Mississippi  

1952 Junior Brown born in Cottonwood, Arizona  
1978 Johnny Bond, age 63, died in Burbank, California  

1954 Ferlin Husky joined the Grand Ole Opry  

1965 Tex Ritter joined the Grand Ole Opry  
1928 Jimmie Rodgers recorded "My Old Pal" 
1928 Jimmie Rodgers recorded "Mississippi Moon"  

1928 Jimmie Rodgers recorded "Daddy And Home"  

1928 Jimmie Rodgers recorded "I'm Lonely And Blue"  

1931 Jimmie Rodgers & the Carter Family recorded 
"Jimmie Rodgers Visits the Carter Family"  

1931 Jimmie Rodgers & the Carter Family recorded "The 
Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers in Texas"  1945 Johnny 
Bond recorded "Sad, Sad and Blue" 
1949 Ernest Tubb recorded the Top 10 single "My 
Filipino Rose"  

1949 Ernest Tubb recorded the Top 10 single "My 
Tennessee Baby"  

1949 Ernest Tubb recorded the #1 single "Slipping 

1949 Ernest Tubb recorded the Top 10 single "Warm 
Red Wine"  

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          Alabama Band Sues Drummer Mark Herndon

Mark Herndon, drummer for Alabama, is being sued by the 
other three band members for overpayment of $202,670 
generated from merchandise sales during their 2003 
American Farewell tour, the Chattanooga [Tenn.] Times 
Free Press reports. Listing The Group Alabama Inc. as 
the plaintiff, the lawsuit was filed in nearby Fort 
Payne, Ala., the band's hometown and longtime 
headquarters. The suit alleges Herndon was paid for 
his share of net merchandise sales before the tour's 
final accounting was completed. The suit claims "there 
were no net merchandise revenues as defined by the con-
tract" once the accounting was finished. It also states 
that Herndon has demanded a payment of $65,047 as an 
advance on his share of profits from the sale of The 
Last Stand, a concert CD that is being sold by Cracker 
Barrel restaurants. In addition to seeking recovery of 
the $202,670, the lawsuit also contends that Herndon's 
share of future earnings should be withheld until the 
full amount is repaid. Alabama members Randy Owen, 
Teddy Gentry, Jeff Cook and Herndon were inducted into 
the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2005. 

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                McCormick, Brown and Wilson
               Star in New CMT Reality Series

Maureen McCormick, who played Marsha Brady on The Brady 
Bunch, will star in a new CMT reality series titled 
Outsider's Inn, about managing a Southern bed-and-break-
fast. McCormick returns to the network after appearing 
in the first season of Gone Country. Two other Gone 
Country cast members will also star in the new series. 
Assisting McCormick at the inn are Bobby Brown, who 
becomes the entertainment director, and Carnie Wilson, 
who works as the master chef. The first episode will 
air on Aug. 15. Production is currently underway in 
Newport, Tenn. 



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