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Kevin Costner on Whitney Houston, recalls The Bodyguard

Kevin Costner on Whitney Houston, recalls The Bodyguard

Julio Iglesias, Willie Nelson - To All The Girls I've Loved Before - YouTube

Julio Iglesias, Willie Nelson - To All The Girls I've Loved Before - YouTube

23 Country Songs From The '90s That You Still Know By Heart... 'when Ii call your name' vince gill...the very first vince gill song I ever sang in my very first country band!

23 Country Songs From The '90s That You Still Know By Heart

23 Country Songs From The '90s That You Still Know By Heart... 'when Ii call your name' vince gill...the very first vince gill song I ever sang in my very first country band!

Keith Urban Makes Heartbreaking Announcement Hours After Breaking Down On ‘American Idol’ | Daily Insider

Keith Urban Makes Heartbreaking Announcement Hours After Breaking Down On ‘American Idol’ | Daily Insider

Barry Gibb - "To Love Somebody" - Live at the Grand Ole Opry - Barry Gibb makes his Grand Ole Opry debut performing his classic hit "(You Don't Know What It's Like) To Love Somebody" with Ricky Skaggs. Click below to see more performances during Barry's debut: © ℗ 2012 Grand Ole Opry, LLC - YouTube

Barry Gibb - "To Love Somebody" - Live at the Grand Ole Opry - Barry Gibb makes his Grand Ole Opry debut performing his classic hit "(You Don't Know What It's Like) To Love Somebody" with Ricky Skaggs. Click below to see more performances during Barry's debut: © ℗ 2012 Grand Ole Opry, LLC - YouTube

This day in history - Sept. 13, 1814 - Francis Scott Key pens the  poem originally titled "The Defense of Fort McHenry," which is later set to music and in 1931 becomes America's national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner." The poem was written after Key witnessed the Maryland fort being bombarded by the British during the War of 1812. #thisdayinhistory #starspangledbanner (Whitney Houston singing Star Spangled Banner)

This day in history - Sept. 13, 1814 - Francis Scott Key pens the poem originally titled "The Defense of Fort McHenry," which is later set to music and in 1931 becomes America's national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner." The poem was written after Key witnessed the Maryland fort being bombarded by the British during the War of 1812. #thisdayinhistory #starspangledbanner (Whitney Houston singing Star Spangled Banner)

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