Today in country music history:
2010 - Zac Brown Band's album The Foundation was certified double platinum.
2007 - Keith Urban's video for "I Told You So" premiered.
2005 - Carrie Underwood performed the disco anthem MacCarthur Park as a contestant on American Idol.
2003 - Brad Paisley's video for Celebrity premiered on CMT, with cameos from Jason Alexander, Jim Belushi, Little Jimmy Dickens and William Shatner.
1995 - The Eagles began a two-night stand in Nashville. Reba, Tim McGraw, Brooks & Dunn, Lorrie Morgan and Clay Walker were spotted in the crowd.
1990 - Lorrie Morgan picked up her first gold album for Leave the Light On.
1988 - George Strait's debut album, Strait Country, went gold, seven years after it came out.
1980 - For the first time ever, the top five artists on the country chart were all female: Crystal Gayle was at number one, followed by Dottie West, Debbie Boone, Emmylou Harris and Tammy Wynette.
1980 - Crystal Gayle claimed the top spot on the country chart with Its Like We Never Said Goodbye.
1978 - Columbia Records released Willie Nelson's hallmark Stardust album.
1969 - Galveston became a number one hit for Glen Campbell.
Bekka Bramlett - singer, Bekka and Billy, daughter of Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett
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