Toby Keith, Faith Hill and Hank Williams – Today In Country Music History
Toby released White Trash With Money in 2006, Faith Hill went diva in 2000 and Hank Williams topped the charts in 1953. Here’s the complete list for Today In Country Music History for April 11th, 2011.
- Toby Keith‘s new label, Show Dog Nashville, released its first album, Toby’s White Trash With Money in 2006.
- “I Hope You Dance” became Lee Ann Womack‘s first double-platinum album in 2001.
- Lonestar‘s Richie McDonald and his wife, Lorie, had a daughter, Maisie Elizabeth McDonald, in Nashville in 2001.
- Faith Hill appeared on VH1’s Divas 2000: A Tribute To Diana Ross, with Mariah Carey and Donna Summer in 2000.
- Wynonna scored her first Number One single as a solo act with “She Is His Only Need” in 1992.
- Alabama scored their 21st Number One single in a row with “You’ve Got The Touch,” an all-time Billboard record in country music, in 1987.
- Recording began on the Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton Number One single “Islands In The Stream” in 1983.
- David Frizzell & Shelly West‘s “You’re The Reason God Made Oklahoma” went to Number One in Billboard in 1981.
- Alabama signed with RCA Records in 1980.
- The Waylon & Willie duet album was certified platinum in 1978.
- Hank Williams‘ “Your Cheatin’ Heart” claimed the top spot in the Billboard country chart in 1953.