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Troy Gentry Pleads Guilty – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

November 27, 2006

Troy Gentry @ 96.9 The Kat Country Jam
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Montgomery Gentry’s Troy Gentry plead guilty in Duluth, Minnesota, to a misdemeanor charge involving his killing of a captive black bear in 2004. (more…)


Taylor Swift @ 2013 American Music Awards
 
 

The December issue of Harper’s Bazaar hit newsstands with Taylor Swift on the cover. She admitted in the story that breakups are good for business: “You know that guy you really wish you could erase from your memory? … The answer is track six, eight, 12 and 13.”

 
roseanne cash
 
 

Roseanne Cash underwent surgery for a rare brain malformation, Chiari malformation.

also known as Arnold–Chiari malformation, is a malformation of the brain. It consists of a downward displacement of the cerebellar tonsils through the foramen magnum (the opening at the base of the skull), sometimes causing non-communicating hydrocephalus as a result of obstruction of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) outflow.The cerebrospinal fluid outflow is caused by phase difference in outflow and influx of blood in the vasculature of the brain. It can cause headaches, fatigue, muscle weakness in the head and face, difficulty swallowing, dizziness, nausea, impaired coordination, and, in severe cases, paralysis.

After a successful recovery, she resumed writing and live appearances. In 2008 she wrote for Measure for Measure, the songwriters' column in The New York Times,recorded with Kris Kristofferson and Elvis Costello, and appeared on Costello's TV series Spectacle.

 
Dierks Bentley - Long Trip Alone
 
 

Dierks Bentley receives a gold album for Long Trip Alone. The album produced four singles: "Every Mile a Memory" (#1), the title track (#10), "Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go)" (#1) and "Trying to Stop Your Leaving" (#5).

 
Keith Urban Golden road
 
 

Keith Urban’s Golden Road album was certified gold. The album included four singles "Somebody Like You" (#1), "Raining on Sunday" (#3), "Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me" (#1) and "You'll Think of Me" (#1).

"You Look Good in My Shirt" was originally slated to be the album's fifth single, but Capitol chose instead to release a single from a new album; Urban re-recorded this song in 2008 for the compilation album Greatest Hits: 19 Kids and released this version as a single in 2008.

The album has since been certified 3 times platinum by the RIAA.

 
Joe Diffie @ Kicker Country Stampede
 
 
 
oak ridge boys - william lee golden
 
 

William Lee Golden, of The Oak Ridge Boys, stops trimming his beard. Combined with the long hair he's been growing since Christmas 1979, the facial hair helps create a new mountain man image

 
Charlie Rich - Behind Closed Doors
 
 

Charlie Rich earns his first gold album, with Behind Closed Doors. Two singles were released from the album: the title track (#1) and "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World" (#1 on the Country, Hot 100 & Easy Listening charts).

 
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#1 On This Date

 
 

SINGLES

2010 – Zac Brown Band w/Alan Jackson – “As She’s Walking Away

2004 – Lonestar – “Mr. Mom

1999 – Martina McBride – “I Love You

1993 – Alabama – “Reckless

1982 – Janie Fricke – “It Ain’t Easy Being Easy

1976 – Mel Tillis – “Good Woman Blues

1971 – Merle Haggard – “Daddy Frank (The Guitar Man)

1965 – Little Jimmy Dickens – “May The Bird of Paradise Fly up Your Nose

1961 – Jimmy Dean – “Big Bad John

1954 – Webb Pierce – “More And More

1948 – Eddy Arnold – “Just A Little Lovin’ (Will Go A Long Way)

 

ALBUMS

2010 – Taylor Swift – Speak Now

2004 – Shania Twain – Greatest Hits

1999 – Faith Hill – Breathe

1993 – Common Thread: The Songs Of The Eagles

1982 – Alabama – Mountain Music

1976 – Willie Nelson – The Trouble Maker

1971 – Freddie Hart – Easy Loving

1965 – Eddy Arnold – My World

 
Birthday Cake

Birthdays

 
 

Actress/singer Aubrey Peeples (Nashville) is 21.

 

Eddie Rabbitt is born on this date in 1941, in Brooklyn, New York. The singer/songwriter becomes a major link between country music and pop during the 1970s and '80s, pushing country's boundaries with such recordings as "I Love A Rainy Night" and "Suspicions."

Rabbitt died of lung cancer on May 7, 1998.

 

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