A Day in Music – September 30th

Today in country music history:

2006 – George Strait took "Give it Away" to the top of the chart.

2003 – Billy Currington’s self-titled debut album hit stores.

1992 – Vince Gill and Garth Brooks were double-winners at the CMA Awards.

1989 – The Judds went to number one with "Let Me Tell You About Love."

1985 – Steve Earle recorded the song "Guitar Town" at Nashville's Sound Stage.

1954 – Patsy Cline signed her first recording contract with Four Star Records.

 

Birthdays:

Deborah Allen - singer, "Baby, I Lied"

Marty Stuart - singer, "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'," "Hillbilly Rock”

Eddie Montgomery - singer, Montgomery Gentry, "Some People Change," "Back When I Knew It All," "Roll With Me"

 

Image: MCA Nashville

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