A Day in Music - July 21st

Today in country music history:

2009 -- Brad Paisley, Charley Pride and Alison Krauss & Union Station performed for President Barack Obama at the White House.

2008 - Blake Shelton's single "She Wouldn't Be Gone" was released to radio.

2007 - Big & Rich went to number one with "Lost in this Moment."

2005 - Gary Allan's video for "Best I Ever Had" premiered.

2004 - Sara Evans performed for President George W. Bush at the annual president's dinner in Washington, D.C.

1999 – Charley Pride received the two thousand, 140th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

1979 - Anne Murray took "Shadows in the Moonlight" to the top of the country chart.

1973 - Jeanne Pruett joined the Grand Ole Opry.

1956 - Johnny Cash went to number one with "I Walk the Line."


Brad Mates - lead singer of Emerson Drive, "Moments," "I Should Be Sleeping"


Image: Gareth Davies

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