A Day in Music - April 28th

Today in country music history:

2009 - Jason Aldean picked up a gold single for "She's Country."

2006 - Carrie Underwood's album Some Hearts was certified triple-platinum.

2005 - Montgomery Gentry's Eddie Montgomery fell during a show in Asheville, North Carolina. After the concert, X-rays revealed he'd broken his left wrist.

2003 - Reba began a week-long gig as the center square on Hollywood Squares.

2001 - Brooks & Dunn kicked off a six-week run at number one with "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You."

2000 - Rascal Flatts made their Grand Ole Opry debut.

1980 – Marshall Tucker Band bass player Tommy Caldwell died of injuries he sustained in a car accident in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

1973 - Charlie Rich took "Behind Closed Doors" to number one.

Image: Broken Bow Records

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