Gretchen Wilson Gets Keyed, Jimmy Buffet Promises Change – Today In Country Music History
Gretchen Wilson got keyed (but in a good way) today in 2005, Jimmy Buffet gave us change we really could believe in back in 1977 and Whispering Bill Anderson was at the “Tip-Top” of the charts in 1960.
Here’s the rundown for Today In Country Music History for 20 June, 2011.
- Steel Magnolia was introduced on the season premiere of CMT’s competition Can You Duet in 2009.
- Gretchen Wilson received the key to the city of her hometown of Pocahontas, Illinois in 2005.
- John and Martina McBride had their third daughter, Ava Rose KathleenMcBride, in 2005.
- George Jones & Tammy Wynette‘s One album, their first duet collection in 15 years, was released in 1995.
- Jimmy Buffett‘s Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes album was certified gold in 1977.
- Bill Anderson‘s first Top 10 single, “Tip of My Fingers,” charted in 1960.
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