Taylor Swift, The Judds, Lynn Anderson – Today In Country Music History
Today seems to be all about the ladies. Taylor Swift’s Fearless was certified gold, platinum, double-, triple- and quadruple-platinum (Is that even possible?) on this date in 2009, The Judds released their second Greatest Hits CD in 1991 and Lynn Anderson recorded Rose Garden back in 1970.
Follow the jump to see what happened with the guys.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 10 September, 2011.
- Taylor Swift‘s Fearless album was certified gold, platinum, double-, triple- and quadruple-platinum in 2009.
- Trisha Yearwood topped the Billboard country singles chart with “XXX’s And OOO’s (An American Girl)” in 1994.
- The Judds‘ Greatest Hits Volume 2 was released in 1991.
- Billy Dean‘s debut album, Young Man, was released in 1990.
- Highway 101 topped the Billboard country chart with “(Do You Love Me) Just Say Yes” in 1988.
- Ricky Skaggs‘ Highways & Heartaches album was released in 1982.
- Ricky Skaggs‘s Highways And Heartaches album was released in 1982.
- Lynn Anderson recorded “Rose Garden” in Nashville in 1970.
- Justin Tubb joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1955.
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