Dolly Parton Has Puppy Love, Elvis Gets All Shook Up – Today In Country Music History
Carrie Underwood sang at the intermission and her husband’s team lost in 2011, Dolly Parton had a good case of Puppy Love in 1959 and Elvis Presley was All Shook Up in 1957.
Here’s the complete list for Today In Country Music History for 20 April, 2012.
- Jo Dee Messina sang the national anthem before a Nashville Predators playoff game at Bridgestone Arena in 2011.
- Carrie Underwood sang “Cowboy Casanova” during that game’s intermission with Vince Gill on guitar. The visiting Anaheim Ducks won, 6-3.
- Martina McBride‘s Martina album was certified double-platinum in 2006.
- Toby Keith‘s “My List” began the first of five weeks atop the country singles chart in 2002.
- Shania Twain‘s self-titled debut album was released in 1993.
- Toby Keith‘s self-titled debut album was released in 1993.
- The Glen Campbell hit “Southern Nights” went gold in 1977.
- Mickey Gilley charted his first Number One single, “Room Full Of Roses,” in 1974.
- Dolly Parton released her first single, “Puppy Love,” in 1959.
- Elvis Presley‘s “All Shook Up” began an eight-week stay at the Number One spot on Billboard‘s pop chart in 1957.
Here’s Toby’s list from ten years ago. What’s on yours?
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