A Day in Music - June 22nd
Today in country music history:
2006 - Josh Turner's video for "Would You Go With Me" premiered.
2005 - Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill opened in Oklahoma City.
2002 - George Strait took "Living and Living Well" to number one.
2001 - The city of New York celebrated Reba McEntire Day as she closed her five-month run on Broadway in Annie Get Your Gun.
1998 - The Dixie Chicks went gold for the first time with their album Wide Open Spaces.
1996 - Tracy Lawrence kicked off a three week run at number one with "Time Marches On."
1995 - Shania Twain picked up her first platinum certification for The Woman in Me.
1991 - Garth Brooks went to number one with "The Thunder Rolls."
1977 - Kenny Rogers picked up his first gold single for "Lucille."
1974 - Waylon Jennings scored his first number one hit with "This Time."
1951 - Hank Williams' single "Hey, Good Lookin'" was released.
Kris Kristofferson - Country Music Hall of Fame member, "Why Me Lord," "Help Me Make It Through the Night," "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down," "For the Good Times"
Roy Drusky (1930-2004) - singer
Image: The Valory Music Company
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