Today in country music history:
2007 - Taylor Swift shot her video for "Teardrops on My Guitar" at Nashville's Hume-Fogg Magnet School. Actor Tyler Hilton co-starred as her love interest.
2005 - Kenny Chesney performed on the NBC special Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope, where he first met future wife Renee Zellweger.
2002 - Alan Jackson's album Drive was released.
2000 - Patty Loveless introduced Ralph Stanley as the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry.
1995 - Grand Ole Opry member Vic Willis died after a car accident in Hohenwald, Tennessee. As part of the Willis Brothers, he scored a top 10 hit in 1964 with the song "Give Me 40 Acres (To Turn this Rig Around)."
1992 - Johnny Cash was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
1992 - Garth Brooks' No Fences and Ropin' The Wind became the first country albums to reach the six-million sales mark. His self-titled debut album was certified triple platinum, as well.
1988 - Vern Gosdin's album Chiseled in Stone was released.
1982 - Ronnie Milsap recorded "Any Day Now."
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