A Day in Music - November 5th

Today in country music history:

2006 - Reba and Ronnie Milsap were among the first inductees into the Music City Walk of Fame.

2003 - Alan Jackson and Johnny Cash won three trophies each at the 37th Annual CMA Awards.

2002 - Alison Krauss & Union Station's Live album was released.

2002 - The Johnny Cash album, American IV: The Man Comes Around, was released. It would be the last new material issued during his lifetime.

1990 - Pam Tillis' first hit, "Don't Tell Me What to Do," was released to radio.

1982 - Alabama's single "Christmas in Dixie" was released.

1960 - Singer Johnny Horton died in an auto accident after a gig at the Skyline Club in Austin, Texas.

 

Birthdays:

Heather and Jennifer Kinley - singers, The Kinleys

Roy Rogers (1911-1998) - actor-singer-cowboy, TV star, married to Dale Evans. His horse was named Trigger.

 

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