A Day in Music - January 5th

Today in country music history:

2010 - Carrie Underwood's single "Cowboy Casanova" went gold.

1999 - Shania Twain's "You're Still the One" was nominated for the Record and Song of the Year Grammys. Come on Over got a nod for Album of the Year, and the Dixie Chicks were nominated for Best New Artist.

1995 - Mary Chapin Carpenter got four Grammy nominations including a nomination for Record of the Year for "He Thinks He'll Keep Her." "I Swear" was nominated for Song of the Year.

1985 - George Strait took "Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind" to number one.

1980 - Kenny Rogers began a three-week stay at number one with "Coward of the County."

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