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Mickey Gilley, artist whose club roused the Travolta film ‘Urban Cowboy,’  dies at 86

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Mickey Gilley, a performer who scored multiple dozen top-10 nation hits and whose honky-tonk

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 club motivated the 1980 film "Metropolitan Cowboy" and the "cattle rustler stylish"

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Gilley kicked the bucket "encompassed by friends and family," as per an assertion from Pasadena, Texas, Mayor Jeff Wagner

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who added, "Our requests for solace and harmony are with Mickey's family, his friends and family and his fans."

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He had been visiting as of late and had performed 10 shows in April, his agents said.

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"The main explanation I got into the music business was a result of Jerry Lee," Gilley told The Times in 1994

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"I saw what he was doing, and since I played piano and sang, I thought all I needed to do was cut a record and I'm a star

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Gilley sent off his dance club, Gilley's, in Pasadena, Texas, in the mid 1970s

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Gilley's variant of "Stand By Me" on the film's soundtrack came to No. 1 on the Billboard country graph

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