Toby Keith Signs Trace Adkins, Johnny Cash Goes To Prison – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]
Toby Keith signed Trace Adkins on this date in 2010, Alan Jackson went quadruple platinum in 1999 and Johnny Cash recorded a live album inside Folsom Prison in 1968.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 13 January, 2012.
- Trace Adkins signed a recording contract with Toby Keith‘s Show Dog-Universal Music during a press conference at BMI in Nashville in 2010.
- Big & Rich‘s Comin’ To Your City album was certified gold and platinum in 2006.
- Alan Jackson‘s Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 album was certified double platinum in 2004.
- Alan Jackson‘s Who I Am album was certified quadruple platinum in 1999.
- Brooks & Dunn‘s Borderline album was certified double platinum in 1997.
- Faith Hill claimed the Number One spot on the Billboard country singles chart with “It Matters To Me” in 1996.
- Terri Clark made her Opry debut in 1996.
- Keith Whitley hit Number One on the Billboard country chart with “It Ain’t Nothin’” in 1990.
- Johnny Cash recorded the live album Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison in 1968.
- Eddy Arnold‘s Number One single, “There’s Been a Change in Me,” charted in 1951.
Here’s the official version of Folsom Prison Blues from the Man in Black.
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