November 14, 2005

Jason Aldean’s self-titled debut album was certified gold for shipments of 500,000 copies. It was the first gold album for any artist on the Broken Bow label, which is also the recording home of Craig Morgan and Lila McCann.

The album featured the singles "Hicktown" (#10), "Why" (#1), and "Amarillo Sky" (#4). The album was certified platinum by the RIAA in 2006.

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    Grand Ole Opry performances by Keith Urban, LeAnn Rimes and Carrie Underwood, who sings "Temporary Home" are featured in ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," centered on the restoration of Nashville's Lighthouse Christian School

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    Garth Brooks kicked off the first of three shows to promote the release of his album Scarecrow. The first show originated from Los Angeles and included a guest appearance by Trisha Yearwood. The shows would be trimmed down into one special for airing on CBS as "Garth Brooks: Coast To Coast Live".

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    Crystal Gayle receives her first gold sales certifications--a gold single for "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" and a gold album for "We Must Believe In Magic"

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    Hank Williams makes his first national TV appearance, on “The Perry Como Show” performing "Hey, Good Lookin'"

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    #1 On This Date


    2009 – Zac Brown Band – “Toes

    1998 – Dixie Chicks – “Wide Open Spaces

    1992 – Wynonna – “No One Else On Earth

    1987 – The Judds – “Maybe Your Baby’s Got The Blues

    1981 – Roseanne Cash – “My Baby Thinks He’s A Train

    1970 – Charley Pride – “I Can’t Believe You Stopped Loving Me

    1964 – Buck Owens – “I Don’t Care (Just As Long As You Love Me)

    1960 – Cowboy Copas – “Alabam

    1953 – The Davis Sisters – “I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know




    2009 – Taylor Swift - Fearless

    1998 – Shania Twain – Come On Over

    1992 – Garth Brooks – The Chase

    1987 – Randy Travis – Always & Forever

    1981 – Alabama – Feels So Right

    1970 – Merle Haggard – The Fightin’ Side Of Me

    1964 – Jim Reeves – The Best of

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