Faith Hill Sings For The President, Clint Black Hits Number One – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]
Faith Hill sang about wings at the Inauguration Celebration on this date in 2009, Clint Black had his first number one hit in 1990 and Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs played at the Presidential Inauguration in 1969. Can you guess who the President was?
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 20 January, 2012.
- Faith Hill performed “If My Heart Had Wings” at the Washington Convention Center during ABC’s The Neighborhood Ball: An Inauguration Celebration in 2009.
- Sara Evans‘ single “Born to Fly” hit Number One in 2001.
- Clint Black scored his first Number One single with “Nobody’s Home” in 1990.
- Billboard magazine began compiling its country singles chart through its BDS system, a computerized monitoring of airplay, in 1990.
- Jerry Lee Lewis debuted on the Grand Ole Opry in 1973.
- Flatt & Scruggs played at President-elect Richard Nixon‘s inauguration in 1969.
It’s hard to believe this song is 22 years old. Here’s Clint.
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