Jerry Lee Lewis Shakes, The Wreckers Leave The Pieces – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]
It was today in 2006 that The Wreckers’ Leave The Pieces was at the top of the charts, Bryan White scored his first number one single in 1995 and there was a Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On with Jerry Lee Lewis back in 1957.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 09 September, 2011.
- Joe Nichols married Heather Singleton at Whitfield Chapel in Savannah, Georgia in 2007.
- The Wreckers‘ debut single, “Leave The Pieces,” hit the top of the Billboard country chart in 2006.
- Alan Jackson‘s single “It Must Be Love” hit Number One in 2000.
- Bill Monroe, the “Father Of Bluegrass,” died in 1996.
- Bryan White scored his first Number One single with “Someone Else’s Star” in 1995.
- Tracy Byrd married Michelle Hilton in Lake Tahoe, Nevada in 1991.
- The late Keith Whitley was featured at Number One on the Billboard country chart with “I Wonder Do You Think Of Me” in 1989.
- Waylon Jennings‘ “I’ve Always Been Crazy” started a three-week run at Number One in Billboard in 1978.
- Buck Owens performed for president Lyndon Johnson at the White House in 1968.
- Tammy Wynette recorded her first single, “Apartment No. 9,” in 1966.
- Jerry Lee Lewis scored his first Number One country hit with “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” in 1957.
I always liked this song from The Wreckers.
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