Carl Perkins Has Fancy Shoes, Shania Twain Says “Come On Over” – Today In Country Music History
Jason Aldean’s career was Wide Open on this date in 2009, Shania Twain shipped 10 million copies of an album – for the second time – on this date in 1999 and Carl Perkins’ fancy footwear took him to the very top of the Country music charts on this date in 1956.
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- Jason Aldean‘s album Wide Open was released in 2009.
- Jessica Andrews scored her first Number One single with “Who I Am” in 2001.
- Shania Twain’s Come On Over album was recognized for shipments of 10 million copies in 1999, making her the first country female to have two albums reach that mark.
- Kris Kristofferson‘s first Number One single, “Why Me,” charted in 1973.
- Marty Robbins recorded the Number One pop and country hit “El Paso” in 1959.
- Carl Perkins took “Blue Suede Shoes” to Number One on the Billboard country singles chart in 1956.
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