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Garth Debuts At #1 – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2007 Garth Becomes First Artist To Debut At #1

Garth Brooks‘ “More Than A Memory” becomes the first song to debut at #1 on not only Billboard’s country singles list, but on any Billboard chart regardless of genre. (more…)


Dierks Bentley-Modern Day Drifer
 
 

Dierks Bentley realizes his second gold album, for Modern Day Drifter. The album featured the singles "Lot of Leavin' Left to Do" (#3), and the #1 hits "Come a Little Closer" and "Settle for a Slowdown."

The album has sold more than 1.5 million copies to date.

 
Alan Jackson - What I Do

2004

 
 

Alan Jackson’s album What I Do debuted at the top of both the country and pop charts after first week sales of 176,000 copies, making him only the third country artist to score three number one albums on both the country and pop chart.

The album featured the singles "Too Much of a Good Thing" (#5), "Monday Morning Church" *(#5), "The Talkin' Song Repair Blues" (#18) and "USA Today" (#18). The album has sold more than 1.3 million copies to date.

 

 
Kenny Chesney - Everywhere We Go
 
 

Everywhere We Go becomes Kenny Chesney's first multi-platinum album. It features the singles "How Forever Feels" (#1), "You Had Me from Hello" (#1), "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" (#11) and "What I Need to Do" (#8).

 
Stagecoach California's Country Music Festival 2008 - Day 3
 
 

George Jones declined to perform at the Country Music Association Awards because the CMA asked him to sing a shortened version of his CMA Nominated tune Choices.

 
Fifth Annual New Year's Eve Bash On Broadway
 
 

Hank Williams Jr.’s album Born To Boogie was certified gold. The album featured the singles "Born To Boogie", "Heaven Can't Be Found" and "Young Country."

 
Alabama - Feels So Right
 
 

Alabama’s album Feels So Right was certified platinum. The album featured the singles "Old Flame", the "Feels So Right" and "Love in the First Degree".

 
Birthday Cake

Birthdays

 
 

Singer/songwriter Andy Gibson is 33

Roy Acuff was born on this date in 1903, in Maynardville, Tennessee. Proclaimed the King of Country Music, he becomes synonymous with the Grand Ole Opry following his 1938 debut. In 1962, he becomes the first living inductee in the Country Music Hall of Fame. He passed away in 1992 at the age of 89 of congestive heart failure.

 

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