A Day in Music - May 19th

Today in country music history:

2009 - Sugarland was the lead nominee for the CMT Music Awards with five nods. Brad Paisley and Taylor Swift earned four each.

2007 - Sugarland took "Settlin'" to number one.

2005 - Toby Keith's video for "As Good As I Once Was" premiered.

2000 – Toby Keith performed his single, "Country Comes to Town" during his appearance on CBS' made-for-TV movie, The Dukes Of Hazzard, which starred the series' original stars, John Schneider and Tom Wopat.

1998 - The soundtrack to the film Hope Floats was released featuring songs from Garth Brooks, Martina McBride and Deana Carter among others.

1997 - Trisha Yearwood's version of "How Do I Live" was released.

1992 - Billy Ray Cyrus' debut album, Some Gave All, was released.

1979 - The Bellamy Brothers went to number one for the first time on the country chart with "If I Said You Have a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me."

1965 - Roger Miller got a gold single for "King of the Road."

1962 - George Jones went to number one with "She Thinks I Still Care."

Image: Show Dog-Universal Music


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