Craig Morgan Loves Sundays, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Comes Full Circle – Today In Country Music History
Craig Morgan’s favorite day of the week began a four week stint as the number one Country song in the United States on this date in 2005, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band came full Circle with a 30th Anniversary album in 2002 and John Anderson had the number one Country song in the nation back in 1983. Can you guess what it was?
Click through for the complete list for Today In Country Music History for 26 March, 2012.
- Craig Morgan began a four-week visit at the top of the Billboard chart with “That’s What I Love About Sunday” in 2005.
- Three months after they called off a large wedding ceremony, Phil Vassar married songwriter Julie Wood on a Florida beach in 2002. The couple later divorced.
- The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band‘s landmark Will The Circle Be Unbroken album was reissued in a 30th anniversary edition with bonus tracks and additional artwork in 2002.
- Jo Dee Messina‘s self-titled debut album was released in 1996.
- Trisha Yearwood‘s self-titled album became her first to be certified platinum in 1992.
- Diamonds & Dirt became Rodney Crowell‘s first gold album in 1990.
- John Anderson went to Number One on the Billboard country chart with “Swingin'” in 1983.
Get ready to sing (or swing) along with John!
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