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1979 Sun-Drop Music City USA 420
The 1979 Sun-Drop Music City USA 420 as a NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing event that took place on May 12, 1979, at Nashville-SpeedwayNashville Speedway in Nashville,
Apr 23rd 2017



Coors 420
200 (1959, 1964–1965) Music City USA 420 (1973–1978, 1980) Sun-Drop Music City USA 420 (1979) Melling Tool 420 (1981) Cracker Barrel Country Store 420
Mar 29th 2017



Darrell Basham
single NASCAR Winston Cup Series event in his career, the 1979 Sun-Drop Music City USA 420 at Nashville-SpeedwayNashville Speedway in Nashville, Tennessee. He started and finished
Dec 6th 2016



Boulder, Colorado
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Miami
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1997 in British music
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Mandeville, Louisiana
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Rave
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Atlanta
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Timeline of music in the United States (1920–49)
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Timeline of music in the United States (1850–79)
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Mar 3rd 2017



Timeline of New York City
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Apr 27th 2017



Transportation in New York City
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Baltimore
This article is about the city in Maryland. For the surrounding county, see Baltimore-CountyBaltimore County, Maryland. For other uses, see Baltimore (disambiguation)
Apr 27th 2017



1979 NASCAR Winston Cup Series
recovered later that day. Main article: 1979 Sun-Drop Music City USA 420 The 1979 Sun-Drop Music City USA 420 was run on May 12 at Nashville-SpeedwayNashville Speedway in Nashville
Apr 27th 2017



1978 NASCAR Winston Cup Series
The 1978 NASCAR-Grand-National-Winston-Cup-SeriesNASCAR Grand National Winston Cup Series was the 30th season of professional stock car racing in the United States and the 7th modern era NASCAR
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WDKS
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Nov 23rd 2016



Georgia (U.S. state)
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Apr 27th 2017



Demography of the United States
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Washington, D.C.
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Apr 27th 2017



Newark, New Jersey
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Apr 25th 2017



Santa Rosa, California
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Pittsburgh
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Apr 29th 2017



Psychedelic rock
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History of the New York City Subway
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Music (Madonna album)
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Lowell, Massachusetts
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Apr 28th 2017



Charlottesville, Virginia
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Apr 26th 2017



1978 Delaware 500
Series vehicle, his best overall finish would come at the 1979 Sun-Drop Music City USA 420 in Nashville, Tennessee. Bobby Allison (defeated Cale Yarborough
Apr 23rd 2017



Long Beach, California
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Apr 28th 2017



A. R. Rahman
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Needed Me
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Apr 11th 2017



Belfast
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Apr 28th 2017



Melissa Etheridge
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Apr 3rd 2017



São Paulo
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Apr 26th 2017



Suicide Squad (film)
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Apr 28th 2017



Charlotte, North Carolina
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Apr 26th 2017



Paris
This article is about the capital of France. For other uses, see Paris (disambiguation). Paris (French: [paʁi] ( listen)) is the capital and most populous
Apr 29th 2017



Wisconsin
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Apr 28th 2017



Camden, New Jersey
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Mazda CX-9
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Maya stelae
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Feb 27th 2017



2015 Kansas City Royals season
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Black metal
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Apr 29th 2017



Cluj-Napoca
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Apr 22nd 2017



WKSS
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Feb 7th 2017



School for Creative and Performing Arts
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