A Day In Music
A Day in Music - July 20th
Today in country music history:
2002 - Toby Keith took "Courtesy of the Red, White & Blue (The Angry American)" to number one.
1996 - Ricochet went to number one with "Daddy's Money."
1992 - Reba received her first double-platinum certification with For My Broken Heart.
1992 - Billy Ray Cyrus' debut album Some Gave All was certified double-platinum just two months after it hit stores.
1968 - Johnny Cash's live version of "Folsom Prison Blues" went to number one.
T.G. Sheppard - singer, "Do You Want to Go to Heaven," "Only One You"
Radney Foster - singer, "Nobody Wins," "Just Call Me Lonesome"
Cindy Walker (1918-2006) - Country Music Hall of Fame member, co-wrote Eddy Arnold's "You Don't Know Me"
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