A Day in Music - May 27th

Today in country music history:

2006 - Toby Keith performed for American Soldiers in Iraq's Diyala province.

2006 - Jason Aldean earned his first number one hit for "Why."

2001 – Tracy Byrd participated in a tribute to the late car-racing legend Dale Earnhardt, Jr. at Lowes Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina.

1995 - Ty Herndon went to number one with "What Mattered Most."

1994 - Tim McGraw's album Not a Moment Too Soon was certified gold, platinum and double-platinum on the same day.

1989 - Rodney Crowell took "After All This Time" to number one.

1981 - Alabama earned their first gold album for Feels so Right.

1968 - Glen Campbell recorded "Wichita Lineman" Capitol Recording Studio at Hollywood & Vine in Los Angeles.

1961 – Johnny Cash appeared on NBC's The Deputy.



Don Williams - singer


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