A Day in Music - April 21st

Today in country music history:

2007 - “Wasted” went to number one for Carrie Underwood.

2006 - Tim McGraw and Faith Hill kicked off Soul2Soul II, Faith’s first tour in six years.

2001 - John Michael Montgomery made his Grand Ole Opry debut.

1999 - Brooks & Dunn debuted their new video "South of Santa Fe" simultaneously on TV and on the Internet. They were the first country act ever to do this.

1987 - Dwight Yoakum's Hillbilly Deluxe CD was released.

1952 - Roy Rogers and Dale Evans recorded their theme song, “Happy Trails.”

1949 - Roy Rogers immortalized his hands in concrete at Hollywood’s Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, along with the hooves of his horse Trigger.

1947 - Hank Williams recorded “Move It On Over” and “I Saw The Light” in Nashville.

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