Today in country music history:
2007 - Tim McGraw's video for "Last Dollar (Fly Away)" premiered on CMT.
2004 - A Dr. Pepper commercial co-starring LeAnn Rimes and Reba McEntire began airing.
2000 - Jamey Johnson moved to Nashville.
1994 - Faith Hill went to number one with her first single, "Wild One."
1992 - Dwight Yoakam rode in the Tournament of Roses Parade.
1987 - Clint Black wrote "Nobody's Home" after waking up with the flu in a new house, following a breakup.
1959 - Johnny Cash performed at San Quentin prison and Merle Haggard was in the audience as an inmate.
1953 - Hank Williams was pronounced dead in Oak Hill, West Virginia.
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