Willie Nelson Sings For The President, Jimmy Olander Runs – Today In Country Music History
Billy Currington played the Opry in 2003, Jimmy Olander (Diamond Rio) ran a half marathon in 2009 and Willie Nelson sang for the President in 1978.
Do you remember who that President was?
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 25 April, 2012.
- Diamond Rio‘s Jimmy Olander ran 13.1 miles in the Country Music Marathon and Half-Marathon in two hours, 10 minutes in 2009. Marty Roe completed it in 2:20, and The Dancehall Doctors‘ Jeff McMahon did it in 3:36.
- Lonestar guitarist Michael Britt and his wife, Rene, welcomed daughter Hillary Quinn Britt in 2005.
- Billy Currington made his Grand Ole Opry debut in 2003.
- Sara Evans had a blister removed from her vocal cords at Nashville’s Vanderbilt University Medical Center in 2003.
- K. T. Oslin‘s “80’s Ladies” entered the charts in 1987.
- The Judds received their first platinum album for Why Not Me in 1986.
- Willie Nelson performed for President Jimmy Carter at the White House in 1978.
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