Watch Willie Nelson & Lyle Lovett Perform “Funny How Time Slips Away” on Austin City Limits

Austin City Limits will air the last episode of the 40th season on Feb. 14, and the show has planns that feature highlights from the first-ever Austin City Limits Hall of Fame.

The special Hall of Fame episode is hosted by Texas’s own Matthew McConaughey and will also feature appearances by inductees Emmylou Harris, Buddy Guy, Robert Randolph and more.

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This Day in Music History — November 8

1957 : Elvis Presley’s third movie, Jailhouse Rock, opens nationally. It had a premiere a few weeks earlier at the Memphis theater where Elvis was once an usher.

1964 : Judy Garland and Liza Minelli perform together at the London Palladium, a performance recorded for American television and the LP Live At The London Palladium.

1968 : Diana Ross leaves The Supremes to begin her solo career, and is replaced by Jean Terrell.

1994 : Sonny Bono, half of Sonny and Cher and former mayor of Palm Springs, California, is elected to the US House of Representatives, representing the 44th district in California.

2004 : Brad Paisley, Chris DuBois, Neil Thrasher, and Emmylou Harris and EMI Music Publishing are the top honorees at the 42nd Annual ASCAP Country Music Awards, held at Nashville’s Opryland Hotel.