Alan Jackson Has A Good Time, Travis Tritt Becomes A Member – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]
Alan Jackson had a really good time on this date in 2008, Kenny Chesney recorded a Thanksgiving special on Heinz Field in 2005 and Travis Tritt boasted about his club membership in 1991.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 30 July, 2011.
- Alan Jackson‘s Good Time album went gold in 2008.
- Rodney Atkins received a diploma from Tennessee Tech in Cookeville in 2007, 14 years after he stopped taking classes.
- Kenny Chesney performed at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field in 2005. The performance was shot for inclusion in an ABC Thanksgiving special, Kenny Chesney: Somewhere In The Sun.
- Martina McBride‘s “My Baby Loves Me” charted in 1993.
- Travis Tritt‘s Country Club album was certified platinum in 1991.
- Alabama became the first country act to go quadruple-platinum, as the Mountain Music and Feels So Right albums were certified for shipments of four million copies in 1985.
- Johnny Cash recorded the Number One single, “Daddy Sang Bass,” in 1968.
Here’s the official video for Country Club, enjoy!
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