Today in country music history:
2007 - Little Big Town's Kimberly Roads and husband Stephen Schlapman welcomed their daughter Daisy in Phoenix.
2003 - Shania Twain gave a free concert in Chicago's Grant Park. The event was taped for an NBC-TV special.
2002 - Kenny Chesney began a seven-week stay at number one with "The Good Stuff."
1999 - The Runaway Bride movie soundtrack landed in stores featuring music from the Dixie Chicks and Martina McBride.
1995 - Billy Ray Cyrus performed "Some Gave All" at the dedication of the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.
1991 - Ricky Van Shelton went to number one with "I Am a Simple Man."
1978 - Emmylou Harris earned her first gold album for Elite Hotel.
1963 - Johnny Cash took "Ring of Fire" to number one.
Bobbie Gentry - singer, "Ode to Billy Joe"
Cheyenne Kimball - former member of Gloriana, "Wild at Heart"
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