A Day in Music - November 10th

Today in country music history:

2008 - Kenny Chesney performed a surprise show with The Wailers at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge in Nashville with Kid Rock and Mac McAnally.

2005 - Rascal Flatts' "Skin (Sarabeth)" video debuted on CMT.

2005 - Dolly Parton was awarded the National Medal of Arts at the White House.

2004 - Gretchen Wilson earned a gold single with "Redneck Woman."

2001 - Tim McGraw took "Angry All the Time" to the top of the chart.

2000 – Billy Gilman's "One Voice" video was the big winner at the 2000 Billboard Music Video Awards. The clip won all four categories in which it was nominated.

2000 – Singer-songwriter Billy Yates made his Grand Ole Opry debut.

1990 - Joe Diffie went to number one for the first time with "Home."

1973 - Fourteen-year-old Marie Osmond took the top spot with "Paper Roses."

1969 - "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" by Gene Autry received a gold record. The song had been released 20 years earlier.

1962 - Hank Snow reached the top spot with "I've Been Everywhere."

1956 – Billboard's annual DJ poll found that Elvis Presley was the most-played male artist and country artist.

1956 - Marty Robbins went to number one with "Singing the Blues."



Donna Fargo - singer, "Funny Face," "The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A."

Chris Cagle - singer, "What Kinda Gone"

Miranda Lambert - singer, "White Liar," "Gunpowder and Lead"


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