Chris Cagle, Lonestar and Buck Owens – Today In Country Music History
Can you believe it’s been nine years since Chris Cagle scored his first number one hit? Lonestar first hit number one on this date in 1996. And Buck Owens’ first number one hit was in 1963. Do you remember what it was?
Here’s the rundown for Today In Country Music History for April 13h, 2011.
- Taylor Swift‘s “You Belong With Me” was released to radio in 2009.
- Chris Cagle scored his first Number One single with “I Breathe In, I Breathe Out” in 2002.
- Lonestar hit the top in Billboard for the first time with “No News” in 1996.
- Grand Ole Opry Live debuted on TNN in 1985.
- Charley Pride recorded his first chart-topping single, “All I Have To Offer You (Is Me),” in 1969.
- Glen Campbell‘s first Number One single, “I Wanna Live,” charted in 1968.
- Buck Owens‘ first Number One single, “Act Naturally,” charted in 1963.
- Bill Anderson went to Number One on the Billboard country chart with his biggest hit, “Still,” in 1963.
- George Jones charted his first Number One country single in Billboard as a recording artist with “White Lightning” in 1959.