Joe Nichols Goes To The Bahamas, Garth Brooks Strikes Out – Today In Country Music History
Joe Nichols was in the Bahamas on this date in 2007, but he wasn’t there for a relaxing vacation, Garth Brooks tried his hand at batting for the San Diego Padres in 1999 and Martina McBride scored her very first number one Country Music hit in 1996.
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- Joe Nichols performed “I’ll Wait For You” and “Wings Of A Dove” at the funeral for Anna Nicole Smith in the Bahamas in 2007.
- Former American Idol winner Carrie Underwood returned to the FOX-TV show to perform “Jesus, Take The Wheel” in 2006.
- Garth Brooks batted for the first time during an inter-squad spring training game at the San Diego Padres’ camp in Peoria, Arizona in 1999. He struck out.
- Martina McBride scored her first Number One hit with the single “Wild Angels” in 1996.
- The Trio album featuring Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, and Linda Ronstadt was released in 1987.
- Gary Morris‘ single “Baby Bye Bye” went to Number One in 1985.
- The Whites joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1984.
- Jim & Jesse McReynolds joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1964.
- Hank Williams recorded “Honky Tonk Blues” in 1949.
Here’s a 1987 TV clip that shows what happens when three incredibly talented ladies get together.
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