Jason Aldean Throws A Party, Toby Keith Asks A Question – Today In Country Music History
Jason Aldean threw his kind of party on this date in 2010, Trace Adkins and Brad Paisley were on TV … sort of … in 2003, Toby Keith wondered what we thought in 1999 and more.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 02 November, 2012.
- Jason Aldean‘s My Kinda Party album was released in 2010.
- Big & Rich‘s Big Kenny Alphin and his wife welcomed a son, Lincoln William Holiday Alphin, in 2006.
- Mark Wills performed for Republicans at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. as incumbent George W. Bush defeated John Kerry for president in 2004.
- Rodney Crowell (“Please Remember Me”), John Prine (“Love Is On A Roll”), Paul Overstreet (“On The Other Hand”) and Hal Blair (“Please Help Me, I’m Falling”) were added to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2003.
- King Of The Hill featured the voices Trace Adkins, Deana Carter, Brad Paisley, George Strait, and Travis Tritt in 2003.
- Toby Keith‘s How Do You Like Me Now?! album was released in 1999.
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- Conway Twitty collected the first of his Number One country singles with “Next In Line” in 1968.
- Roy Acuff lost the Tennessee Governor’s Race by a 2-1 margin to his friend, Democrat Gordon Browning, in 1948.
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