Ferlin Husky Joined The Hall Of Fame, The Wreckers Stood Still – Today In Country Music History
Ferlin Husky became a Hall of Famer on this date in 2010, The Wreckers Looked Pretty in 2006, Sawyer Brown told us what some girls do and don’t do in 1992 and more.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 23 May, 2012.
- Ferlin Husky and songwriter-producer Billy Sherrill were inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame in the official medallion ceremony in 2010.
- The Dixie Chicks‘ Taking The Long Way album was released in 2006.
- The Wreckers‘ debut album, Stand Still, Look Pretty, was released in 2006.
- Lee Ann Womack‘s I Hope You Dance album was released in 2000.
- Sawyer Brown charted a Number One single in Billboard with “Some Girls Do” in 1992.
- Rosanne Cash‘s “Seven Year Ache” became her first Number One single in 1981.
- Jim Reeves‘ first Number One hit, “Mexican Joe,” charted in 1953. That same day, he debuted on the Grand Ole Opry.
Here’s a look back at the Wreckers from 2006.
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