The Grand Ole Opry House Re-opens, Diamond Rio Is A Mess – Today In Country Music History
The Grand Ole Opry House re-opened on this date in 2010, Diamond Rio was in a Beautiful Mess in 2002, John Michael Montgomery was dancing in 1992 and more. Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 28 September, 2012.
- The Grand Ole Opry House re-opened in 2010 following May floods with a host of artists, including Brad Paisley, Josh Turner, Dierks Bentley, Martina McBride, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean and Little Jimmy Dickens, who all sang “Will The Circle Be Unbroken.”
- Rascal Flatts‘ Feels Like Today album was released in 2004.
- Diamond Rio scored a Number One single in Billboard with “Beautiful Mess” in 2002.
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- The Recording Industry Association of America awarded a gold album for Jamie O’Neal‘s Shiver in 2001.
- Garth Brooks‘s In The Life Of Chris Gaines album was released in 1999.
- John Michael Montgomery‘s debut album, Life’s A Dance, was released in 1992.
- Garth Brooks‘s Ropin’ The Wind album entered the Billboard 200 chart at Number One in 1991.
- Ronnie Milsap climbed to Number One in 1985 with “Lost In The Fifties Tonight (In The Still Of The Night).”
- George Strait‘s Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind album was released in 1984.
- Hank Williams Jr.‘s Man Of Steel album was released in 1983.
- Waylon Jennings‘ “I’m A Ramblin’ Man” claimed the Number One spot on the Billboard country chart in 1974.
- Jeannie C. Riley went to Number One in Billboard with “Harper Valley P.T.A.” in 1968.
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