Today in country music history:
2009 Jamey Johnson and Shooter Jennings CMT Crossroads episode premiered.
2006 Kenny Chesney kicked off his 2006 tour in Ohio with special guests Dierks Bentley and Sugarland.
2006 George Straits first video in four years, "The Seashores of Old Mexico," premiered.
1998 Wynonna, Naomi and Ashley Judd attended the Academy Awards, where Trisha Yearwood performed the nominated song "How Do I Live."
1996 Patty Loveless took her hit "You Can Feel Bad" to number one.
1993 Willie Nelson released his 35th album for Columbia Records. Across the Borderline featured performances from Bonnie Raitt and Sinead OConner.
1993 Dwight Yoakams album This Time was released.
1985 Willie Nelson and Ray Charles scored a number one country hit with "Seven Spanish Angels."
1961 Elvis Presley recorded "Can't Help Falling in Love."
1926 Maybelle Addington tied the knot with Ezra Carter. As a member of The Carter Family, Maybelle was a country music pioneer and ended up in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
1922 - Fiddlin' John Carson became the first "hillbilly" artist to play on the radio, performing on Atlanta's WSB.
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