A Day In Music
A Day in Music - November 17th
Today in country music history:
2007 - Hank Williams, Jr. was honored with a CMT Giants concert featuring Tim McGraw, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith and Kid Rock among others.
2005 - Sara Evans video for "Cheatin'" and Jason Aldean's clip for "Why" debuted.
2005 - Sara Evans' album Real Fine Place went gold.
2004 - Montgomery Gentry and Lynyrd Skynyrd taped an episode of CMT Crossroads in Tennessee.
1998 - Record stores had a "Super Tuesday" with a bunch of major new releases all dropping the same day: Garth Brooks' Double Live, Whitney Houston's My Love Is Your Love, Mariah Carey's #1s, Jewel's Spirit and three soundtracks from the animated film The Prince Of Egypt.
1997 - LeAnn Rimes' album Blue was certified five-times platinum and her single "How Do I Live" went double-platinum.
1997 - Hal Ketchum got engaged to Gina Giglio in Austin, Texas.
1997 - Shania Twain became the first female artist to have 10 million copies of her album shipped with The Woman in Me.
1968 - Glen Campbell scored gold records with "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" and "Gentle on My Mind."
Reid Perry - member of The Band Perry, "If I Die Young"
Image: Curb Records
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