Lady A Looks For A Good Time, Shania Twain Says Come On Over – Today In Country Music History
Lady Antebellum was Lookin’ For A Good Time on this date in 2008, Shania Twain said Come On Over in 1999, Alan Jackson said It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere in 2003 and more.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 02 June, 2012.
- Shania Twain received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2011.
- Faith Hill and Emmylou Harris performed at the White House as Paul McCartney received the Library of Congress’ Gershwin Prize in 2010. Kellie Pickler earned her first gold single with “Red High Heels” in 2009.
- Lady Antebellum‘s “Lookin’ For A Good Time” was released to radio in 2008.
- Alan Jackson‘s duet with Jimmy Buffett, “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere,” was released to radio in 2003.
- Shania Twain‘s Come On Over album was certified for shipments of 11 million copies in 1999.
- Helen Carter of the Carter Sisters died at age 70 in 1998. She was the daughter of Maybelle Carter and the sister of Anita and June Carter.
- Hal Ketchum received the first gold album of his career for Past The Point Of Rescue in 1992.
- Martina McBride began her first major concert tour opening for Garth Brooks in Denver, Colorado in 1992.
- Mike Snider joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1990.
- Randy Travis‘ major label debut, Storms Of Life, was released in 1986.
- The Everly Brothers claimed the top of the Billboard country chart with “All I Have To Do Is Dream” in 1958.
Here’s Lady Antebellum from 2008.
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