Reba McEntire Spreads Rumors, Willie Nelson Gets Elected – Today In Country Music History
Reba McEntire was happily spreading Rumors on this date in 1990, Ronnie Milsap released his Greates Hits album (yup, vinyl!) in 1980 and Willie Nelson got elected into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1993.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 29 September, 2011.
- Miranda Lambert‘s album, Revolution, was released in 2009.
- Randy Travis received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2004.
- Lorrie Morgan married Sammy Kershaw in 2001.
- Having previously played the Grand Ole Opry as a member of The Ranch, Keith Urban made his solo debut on the Opry in 2000.
- Sara Evans‘ “No Place That Far,” featuring supporting vocals by Vince Gill, was released in 1998.
- Willie Nelson was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1993.
- Garth Brooks‘ No Fences album entered the Billboard chart in 1990.
- Reba McEntire‘s Rumor Has It album entered the Billboard chart in 1990.
- Alabama‘s Just Us album was released in 1987.
- The Judds‘ Christmas Time with the Judds album was released in 1987.
- Alabama‘s The Touch album was released in 1986.
- Ronnie Milsap‘s Greatest Hits album was released in 1980.
- Leon Russell‘s version of “Roll In My Sweet Baby’s Arms” debuted on the charts in 1973.
- Rose Maddox made her first performance as a Grand Ole Opry regular in 1956.
- Kitty Wells recorded the Top Five single, “Making Believe,” in 1955.
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