A Day in Music - October 14th

Today in country music history:

2006 - Josh Turner topped the country chart with "Would You Go With Me."

2003 - Josh Turner's debut album Long Black Train was released.

2000 - Bryan White married soap opera star Erika Page in Dallas.

1989 - Clint Black took "Killin' Time" to the top of the country chart.

1985 - The Judds, Ricky Skaggs and George Strait won two trophies apiece at the CMA Awards.

1973 - Jack Clement, Don Gibson, Harlan Howard, Roger Miller, Ed and Steve Nelson and Willie Nelson were inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

1972 - Donna Fargo hit number one with "Funny Face."

1967 - Tammy Wynette went to number one for the first time as a solo artist with "I Don't Wanna Play House."

 

Birthdays:

Melba Montgomery - singer

Natalie Maines - lead singer, Dixie Chicks

 

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