Brad Paisley Has A Baby, Jo Dee Messina Feels The Pain – Today In Country Music History
Brad Paisley had a baby (Well, his wife, Kimberly, did some of the work …) on this date in 2009, Jo Dee Messina finished in 19,681st place in 2006 and The Judds Sang about Grandpa back in 2004.
Here’s the complete list for Today In Country Music History for 17 April, 2012.
- Brad Paisley and Kimberly Williams-Paisley welcomed their second son, Jasper Warren Paisley, at a Nashville hospital in 2009.
- Bucky Covington‘s self-titled debut album was released in 2007.
- Jo Dee Messina ran the 26.2-mile course in the 110th Boston Marathon in 2006. She injured her knee halfway through, but managed to finish in five hours and 47 minutes, ranking #19,681 among participants.
- The Judds made their Grand Ole Opry debut, performing “Flies On The Butter (You Can’t Go Home Again)” and “Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout The Good Old Days),” in 2004.
- Brooks & Dunn‘s Steers & Stripes album was released in 2001.
- Aaron Tippin‘s “There Ain’t Nothing Wrong With The Radio” went to Number One in 1992.
- “Drinkin’ My Baby (Off My Mind)” gave Eddie Rabbitt his first Number One country single as an artist in 1976.
- Johnny Cash performed for President Richard Nixon at the White House in 1970.
- Marty Robbins‘s Number One single “Ribbon Of Darkness” charted in 1965.
Here are the Judds from 2004.
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