Craig Morgan, Jo Dee Messina, Alan Jackson – Today In Country Music History
Craig Morgan broke his leg in a motorcycle race in 2006, Jo Dee Messina broke her … something else … in 2005 and Alan Jackson did not Rock the Juke Box way back in 1991.
Here’s the rundown for Today In Country Music History for 14 May, 2011.
- Six weeks after breaking his wrist in a cross-country motorbike race, Craig Morgan broke his right leg in another competition in Vanleer, Tennessee in 2006. He finished the race, but had to perform from a wheelchair or crutches for six weeks.
- Jo Dee Messina‘s “My Give A Damn’s Busted” went to Number One in Billboard in 2005.
- Alan Jackson‘s Don’t Rock The Jukebox album was released in 1991.
- Conway Twitty‘s The Very Best Of Conway Twitty album was certified platinum in 1990.
- Willie Nelson & Julio Iglesias‘ “To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before” single was certified gold in 1984.