​John Conlee is perhaps best known for his smash hit "Rose Colored Glasses" a song he wrote more than three decades ago:

​In 1984, Janie Fricke won the Academy of Country Music's Top Female Vocalist Award. Janie talks about what goes on backstage on the day of an award show like that:

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​The Bellamy Brothers' David and Howard talk about how global Nashville can be and how you can run into a musical hero who the Beatles looked up to at any time:

​The Oaks' Joe Bonsall shares his group's strong connection with the "Man in Black”:

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​T. Graham Brown talks about how his career in Nashville got started many years ago:

​In the 1989 movie "Steel Magnolias," Dolly Parton – who plays a hairdresser in the movie - says the line, "There's no such thing as natural beauty." It's something she gets asked a lot about:

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​Dolly Parton has enjoyed more triumphs in country music and beyond than almost anybody. With an empire built around her, she shares the secret to her success:

In 1984, MCA released Barbara Mandrell's "Clean Cut" album. Barbara's duet partner Lee Greenwood talks about the 2009 Country Music Hall of Fame inductee:

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In 1978, Gene Watson recorded "Farewell Party" at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville. As Gene shares, over the years he has held on tight to good songs:

Crystal talks about making her very first Opry performance when she was just 16 years old:

In 1995, Atlantic released the "John Michael Montgomery" album. As John shares, fame came fast and hard during that time:

​Dolly Parton is known for what she wears almost as much as for her music. However, Dolly herself does not feel she's a fashion icon:

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Dolly Parton won two trophies during the People's Choice Awards, which aired on CBS. Parton's popularity soared in 1980 when she did her first movie. She shares:

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In 1977, Kenny Rogers recorded "Daytime Friends" at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville. It was also in 1976, that Rogers began recording with Dottie West. He says of his dear friend:

​Lee Greenwood  talks about his first Grand Ole Opry performance years ago and the special lady who passed him as he was going on stage:

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​Sylvia has been an animal lover all of her life and when asked about the Fourth of July holiday this week, while family and fun is on her mind, so is the safety of everyone's pets, including her own beloved dog Cate:

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​Ronnie McDowell – who spends much of his time with a paintbrush in his hands these days - shares a story of his friend George Jones:

In 2001, Charley Pride received a Hall of Fame medallion during the first official function at the new Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville.
Charley talks about finding out he was becoming a member of the Hall of Fame:

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Iin 1979, Crystal Gayle recorded "Half The Way" at Jack's Tracks in Nashville. She talks about the special song:

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