Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Alabama – Today In Country Music History
Jason Aldean scored his first number one hit with Why on this date in 2006, Tim McGraw’s Not A Moment Too Soon album was simultaneously certified Gold, Platinum and Double-Platinum in 1994 and Alabama collected their very first Gold album in 1981 with Feels So Right.
Here’s the rundown for Today In Country Music History for 27 May, 2011.
- Jason Aldean topped the Billboard chart for the first time with “Why” in 2006.
- Toby Keith and singer-songwriter Scotty Emerick performed for American soldiers at Forward Operating Base Warhorse in Iraq’s Diyala province in 2006.
- Ty Herndon scored his first Number One single with “What Mattered Most” in 1995.
- Tim McGraw‘s Not A Moment Too Soon album was certified gold, platinum and double-platinum on the same day in 1994.
- Rodney Crowell‘s “After All This Time” claimed the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart in 1989.
- Alabama earned the first gold album of its career with Feels So Right in 1981.
- John Conlee debuted on the charts with “Rose Colored Glasses” in 1978.
- Glen Campbell recorded “Wichita Lineman” at the Capitol Recording Studio at Hollywood & Vine in Los Angeles in 1968.
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