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The record featured two more singles including "Down and Out", a No.
16 hit for Strait, and "If You're Thinking You Want a Stranger (There's One Coming Home)", which reached number three early in 1982, sparking a string of Top Ten hits that ran well into the 1990s.
Strait was named CMA Entertainer of the Year in 1989, 19, and ACM Entertainer of the Year in 19.
He has been nominated for more CMA and ACM awards and has more wins in both categories than any other artist.
The year 1982 also saw the release of Strait's second album, the critically acclaimed Strait from the Heart, which featured the first number one single of his career, "Fool Hearted Memory", and the top five "Amarillo by Morning", regarded by many as one of the greatest country songs of all-time.
In 1983, Strait made his first appearance at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo when the headlining star, Eddie Rabbitt, came down sick with the flu.
By 2009, he broke Conway Twitty's previous record for the most number-one hits on Billboard Counting all music charts, Strait has amassed a total of 60 number-one hits, breaking a record also previously set by Twitty, and giving him more number one songs than any other artist in any genre of music.
During his college years, Strait joined the country band Stoney Ridge, answering a flyer the band posted around campus looking for a new vocalist.Strait began his musical interest while attending Pearsall High School, where he played in a rock and roll garage band.The Beatles were popular when Strait was in high school. "I listened to them a lot and that whole bunch of groups that were popular then".While he continued to play with his band, without any real connections to the recording industry, Strait became friends with Erv Woolsey, who operated one of the bars in which the Ace in the Hole band played, and who had previously worked for the major label MCA Records.Woolsey convinced some of his Music Row (Nashville, TN) connections to come to Texas and to listen to Strait and his band play.