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This Day In Country Music History 4/11/18

Today is | NATIONAL PET DAY | NATIONAL CHEESE FONDUE DAY | NATIONAL EIGHT TRACK TAPE DAY | NATIONAL SUBMARINE DAY | NATIONAL BARBERSHOP QUARTET DAY | NATIONAL BOOKMOBILE DAY. (more information available at national day)

What Are You Kidding Me

Some guy in Connecticut was arrested for robbing a bank, and he says he did it to impress TAYLOR SWIFT.  He even claims he drove to her house, and tossed some of the loot over her fence to try to WOO her. (full story)

It Happened On This Day In Country Music History

1964 Happy Birthday Steve Azar, born on this day, in Greenville, Mississippi.  Country music singer, songwriter who scored the 2002 US Country #2 “I Don’t Have to Be Me (‘Til Monday)”, which was the lead-off single from his second studio album, Waitin’ on Joe.

1987 K.T. Oslin was at #1 on the Country chart with her debut album 80’s Ladies.  The title track, “Do Ya'” and “I’ll Always Come Back” were all released as singles from the album.

2005 Trace Adkins was at #1 on the country chart with Songs About Me, his seventh album and his highest-selling album to date. Singles from this album include the title track, “Arlington”, and “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk”, which respectively reached #2, #16, and #2 on the Billboard country charts.

Country Music Fun Fact

Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise,” is the most downloaded digital country single in history after having over 6.6 million downloads to date.

 

 



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