A Day in Music - March 19th

Today in country music:

2009 - Lady Antebellum's video for "I Run to You" premiered.

2004 - Patsy Cline's "Crazy," "New San Antonio Rose" by Bob Wills and the album Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison were added to the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry.

2005 - Josh Gracin picked up his first number one hit with "Nothin' to Lose."

2000 - Garth Brooks concluded spring training with the New York Mets.

 2000 - Clancy Can, a thoroughbred racehorse owned by Toby Keith, finished first in the sixth race at the Oaklawn Jockey Club in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

1999 - George Jones walked out of the hospital 13 days after a near-fatal car accident.

1991 - George Strait's album Chill of an Early Fall was released.

1977 - Glen Campbell went to number one with "Southern Nights."

1968 - Tom T. Hall married Dixie Deen.

1957 - Elvis Presley bought his Graceland estate in Whitehaven, Tennessee, near Memphis. He paid 147 thousand dollars for the property, which had belonged to the Graceland Christian Church.

1953 - Tex Ritter performed the theme to High Noon, "Do Not Forsake Me," at the Oscars. It became the first country song to win the Academy Award for Best Original Song.

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