Randy Travis Goes Platinum, Carrie Underwood Strikes Preemptively – Today In Country Music History
Carrie Underwood’s preemptive strike won a Grammy on this date in 2008, Jimmy Wayne Stayed Gone in 2003 and Randy Travis was certified platinum in 1987.
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- The Eli Young Band‘s “Crazy Girl” came to radio in 2011.
- “Before He Cheats” won twice during the 50th annual Grammys in 2008 — Best Female Country Vocal Performance to Carrie Underwood and Best Country Song to composers Josh Kear and Chris Tompkins.
- Jimmy Wayne‘s first single, “Stay Gone,” was released to radio in 2003.
- “How Do I Live,” written by Diane Warren and performed by Trisha Yearwood in the movie Con Air, received an Oscar nomination for best original song in 1998.
- BlackHawk made their Grand Ole Opry debut in 1996.
- Randy Travis‘ Storms of Life album was certified platinum in 1987.
- The Highwaymen (Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson) album was certified gold in 1986.
- Eddie Rabbitt began a three-week stay at Number One on Billboard‘s country chart with the theme from the Clint Eastwood movie “Every Which Way But Loose” in 1979.
- Ronnie Milsap earned his first gold album for “It Was Almost Like A Song” in 1978.
- Lefty Frizzell recorded the classic “She’s Gone, Gone, Gone” in 1965.
- Flatt and Scruggs recorded their Songs of the Famous Carter Family album which featured Mother Maybelle on autoharp in 1961.
- The Louvin Brothers joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1955.
How about a quick lesson in how to treat your sweetheart (it seems the right time of the year) from Carrie Underwood.
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