Today in country music history:
2010 - Luke Bryan's single "Rain Is a Good Thing" was released to radio.
2007 - Jack Ingram's "Lips of an Angel" video made its world premiere.
2006 - Sugarland's debut project Twice the Speed of Life went double platinum.
2005 - Big & Rich's album Horse of a Different Color was certified double platinum.
2003 - Mark Wills began a six-week stay at number one with "19 Somethin'."
2003 - Shania Twain's video for "Up!" and Montgomery Gentry's clip for "Speed" debuted.
1999 - John Berry sang an a cappella version of the National Anthem during the inauguration ceremony of Georgia governor Roy E. Barnes.
1997 - Wade Hayes performed "On a Good Night" for his Grand Ole Opry debut. He also joined Ricky Skaggs' band Kentucky Thunder to play "Highway 40 Blues."
1997 - Kevin Sharp's cover of "Nobody Knows" went to number one on the country chart.
1990 - The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's album Will the Circle Be Unbroken Volume 2 received five Grammy nominations.
1967 - Johnny Cash and June Carter recorded "Jackson" at Nashville's Columbia Recording Studios.
1964 Johnny Cash's Ring Of Fire became the first country album to top the U.S. pop albums chart.
Naomi Judd - singer, mother of Wynonna and Ashley
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