A Day in Music - May 24th

Today in country music history:

2003 - Randy Travis picked up a number one hit with "Three Wooden Crosses."

2003 - Buddy Jewell performed "Help Pour Out the Rain (Lacey's Song)" for his Grand Ole Opry debut with Clint Black joining him on harmonica.

1994 - David Lee Murphy's debut project, Out with a Bang, was released.

1991 - The film Thelma & Louise was released with Pam Tillis as a partial inspiration for the character Thelma Dickinson.

1991 - Diamond Rio's self-titled debut album hit stores.

1975 - Jessi Colter earned her sole number one country hit with "I'm Not Lisa."

 

Birthdays:

Mike Reid - singer, "Walk on Faith"

Rosanne Cash - singer, "Seven Year Ache," "I Don't Know Why You Don't Want Me,"

Billy Gilman - singer, "One Voice"

Image: Kevin Winter / Getty Images


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