Taylor Swift Loses Teeth, Naomi Judd Becomes A Nurse – Today In Country Music History
The Zac Brown Band got a gold album for Giving on this date in 2010, Taylor Swift lost some teeth in 2008 and Naomi Judd became a nurse in 1977.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 15 December, 2011.
- The Zac Brown Band earned a gold album for You Get What You Give in 2010.
- Taylor Swift had surgery to remove her wisdom teeth in 2008.
- Jason Michael Carroll made his first trip to Nashville in 2004.
- Keith Urban‘s self-titled solo debut album was certified platinum in 2003.
- Breathe became Faith Hill‘s best-selling album, as it was certified quintuple-platinum in 2000.
- Anne Murray was joined by Dave Loggins at Number One on the Billboard country singles chart with “Nobody Loves Me Like You Do” in 1984.
- Alan Jackson married his high school sweetheart, Denise, in 1979.
- Naomi Judd graduated from the nursing program at California’s College of Marin in 1977.
- The Everly Brothers recorded “Let It Be Me” in New York City, the first time they recorded outside of Nashville, in 1959.
- Johnny Cash‘s classic “Folsom Prison Blues” was released on Sun Records in 1955.
- Hank Williams wed Audrey Sheppard Guy in 1944.
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