A Day in Music - April 20th

Today in country music history:

2008 - Hank Williams Jr., Steve Wariner and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band were added to Nashville’s Music City Walk of Fame.

2006 - Billy Currington's “Why, Why, Why” video debuted on CMT.

2006 - Martina McBride's Martina CD went double plantinum.

2002 - Toby Keith's “My List” started a five-week stint atop the country chart.

1993 – Shania Twain released her self-titled debut album.

1993 - Toby Keith's self-titled debut CD hit store shelves.

1987 - Eddie Rabbitt performed for the annual Easter Egg Hunt on the White House lawn.

1977 - Glen Campbell picked up a gold record for “Southern Nights.”

1964 - Elvis Presley's movie Viva Las Vegas premiered.

1938 - Roy Rogers made his film debut as a leading man in Under Western Stars.

 

Birthdays:

Wade Hayes - singer

Clay Cook - multi-instrumentalist, Zac Brown Band

 

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