Mickey Gilley Dies: Proprietor Of World’s Biggest Honky Tonk Popularized In ‘Urban Cowboy’ Was 86
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Mickey Gilley, who ran one of the world’s largest honky tonks in Pasadena, Texas and was credited with helping foster country music’s revival in the late ’70s as a key part of the Urban Cowboy film, has died. He was 86 and his death was announced by the Pasadena, Texas mayor, where the club was [

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