Mark Chesnutt Is A Little Too Late, Lonestar Is Amazed – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]
We first met Thompson Square on this date in 2011, Mark Chesnut was at the top of the charts in 1997 and Lonestar was “Amazed” in 2000.
Click through for the complete list for Today In Country Music History for 08 February, 2012.
- Thompson Square‘s self-titled debut album was released in 2011.
- Big & Rich‘s “Lost In This Moment” was released to radio in 2007.
- Lee Ann Womack‘s There’s More Where That Came From album was released in 2005.
- Phil Vassar‘s self-titled debut album was certified gold in 2002.
- Jo Dee Messina‘s Burn album was certified platinum in 2002.
- Lonestar‘s crossover smash “Amazed” was released for sale in 2000.
- Mark Chesnutt claimed the top of the Billboard country chart with “It’s A Little Too Late” in 1997.
- Travis Tritt proposed to Theresa Nelson in 1996.
- Jim Reeves earned a Number One country single in Billboard magazine with “He’ll Have To Go” in 1960.
Here’s a look back at Mark Chesnutt’s 1997 video.
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