A Day in Music - November 2nd

Today in country music:

2009 - Toby Keith debuted his video for "Cryin' for Me (Wayman's Song)."

2006 - Brad Paisley's video for "She's Everything" premiered.

2005 - Big & Rich's Big Kenny and his wife, Christiev, welcomed their son Lincoln.

2004 - Mark Willis performed for Republicans at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. as George W. Bush defeated John Kerry for president.

2003 - The animated TV show King of the Hill featured the voices of Trace Adkins, George Strait, Brad Paisley, Travis Tritt and Deana Carter.

2003 - Rodney Crowell, John Prine and Paul Overstreet were among inductees into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

1999 - Toby Keith's How Do You Like Me Now?! album was released.

1993 - Waylon Jennings' Greatest Hits release went quadruple platinum.

1968 - Conway Twitty collected his first number one country hit with "Next in Line."

1948 - Roy Acuff lost the Tennessee governor's race by a two to one margin.



J.D. Souther - singer

k.d. lang - singer-songwriter, "Constant Craving"


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