A Day in Music - November 18th

Today in country music history:

2008 - The Zac Brown Band's album The Foundation was released.

2006 - CMT Giants: Reba debuted with Faith Hill, Jennifer Nettles, Brooks & Dunn and Wynonna among the stars paying tribute to the superstar.

2005 - The Johnny Cash biopic Walk the Line opened.

2005 - Kenny Chesney picked up gold singles for "I Go Back" and "There Goes My Life."

2002 - Jamie O'Neal kicked off a 13-day USO tour of American military bases in the Mediterranean Sea.

2001 - Brad Paisley and Jamie O'Neal taped a week's worth of Hollywood Squares episodes in Los Angeles. Brad went on his first date with wife Kimberly Williams that night.

2000 - Kenny Rogers kicked off his 2000 Christmas tour in Dalton, Georgia.

1980 - Johnny Lee earned a gold single for "Lookin' For Love."

1980 - The variety show Barbara Mandrell & The Mandrell Sisters debuted on NBC with guests Dolly Parton and John Schneider.

1949 - Hank Williams' songs "My Bucket's Got a Hole In It" and "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" were released.

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