A Day in Music - November 4th

Today in country music history:

2006 - Dierks Bentley took "Every Mile a Memory" to number one.

2004 - Keith Urban's album Be Here went gold and platinum at the same time.

2003 - Kenny Chesney recorded "When the Sun Goes Down" with Uncle Kracker in Nashville.

2003 - Toby Keith's album Shock'n Y'all was released.

1986 - Tammy Wynette entered the Betty Ford Clinic to receive treatment for an addiction to painkillers.

1978 - Barbara Mandrell earned her first number one country hit with "Sleeping Single in a Double Bed."

1958 - Conway Twitty had the number one single with "It's Only Make Believe."



Kim Forester - singer, Forester Sisters

Van Stephenson (1953-2001) - singer, Blackhawk


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