Carrie Underwood Gets Waxed, Keith Urban Looks For A Better Life – Today In Country Music History
There were two Carrie Underwoods in New York City on this date in 2008, Keith Urban started a six-week run at the top of the Country music charts in 2005, David Allan Coe went to prison in 1963 and more.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 22 October, 2012.
- Ronnie Dunn sang the national anthem at the Ballpark At Arlington as Major League Baseball’s St. Louis Cardinals beat the Texas Rangers, 16-7, in the World Series in 2011.
- A wax figure of Carrie Underwood was unveiled at Madame Tussauds in New York in 2008.
- Keith Urban‘s “Better Life” began a six-week run at the top of the Billboard chart in 2005.
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- Jo Dee Messina‘s Greatest Hits was certified gold in 2004.
- The Patsy Cline Collection 4-CD boxed set was released in 1991.
- Tim McGraw signed a recording contract with Curb Records in 1990.
- David Allan Coe began serving a four-year prison sentence at the Ohio State Penitentiary for car theft, possession of obscene materials and possession of burglary tools in 1963. He later claimed he killed a fellow inmate during his incarceration.
- Buck Owens recorded the Number One single “Act Naturally” in 1963.
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