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Didn´t Waylon Jennings sing the theme to Dukes of Hazards?

Waylon Jennings

February 13, 2002 | WAYLON JENNINGS, the singer who defined the outlaw movement in country music, has died after a long battle with diabetes-related health problems. He was 64.

Did Pat Weaver have a hand in hiring Johnny Carson?

Pat Weaver

The onetime NBC exec who created the Today and Tonight shows, Pat Weaver, died Friday at home of pneumonia at 93. Weaver was also the father of Alien-famed Sigourney Weaver.

Where can I snag some MP3´s of Waylon´s best songs?

Mama Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys

Over the course of his 30-year career, Waylon Jennings recorded 60 albums and scored 16 number one singles. His hits include "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" and "The Dukes of Hazzard" theme. The country crooner had been plagued by diabetes-related problems in recent years, which made it difficult for him to walk. He had his left foot amputated in December. He had just been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in October.

How many television series did Robert Urish appear in?

Robert Urich Leaves Us His TV Legacy

From Spenser: For Hire to EMERIL, Robert Urich has been one of the most popular TV actors for the past twenty-five years. In 1996, following the final production of the first season of The Lazarus Man, Robert was diagnosed with Synovial Cell Sarcoma, which is a rare soft tissue cancer. He is survived by his wife, Heather, and three children, Ryan, Emily, and Allison.

When did Milton Berle debut?

Mr. Television - Milton Berle

"Uncle Miltie" was the king of Tuesday nights in the late 1940s, and store owners put up signs: "Closed tonight to watch Milton Berle." Milton Berle, the cigar-smoking vaudevillian eagerly became "Mr. Television" when the TV technology was in its infancy. He was 93.

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