Reba Starts A TV Show, Taylor Swift Sheds A Tear – Today In Country Music History
Taylor Swift turned teardrops into gold on this date in 2007, Reba McEntire”s TV show started shooting in 2001, Glen Campbell struck gold in 1975 and more.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 05 September, 2012.
- Sammy Kershaw signed papers at the Capitol in Baton Rouge, officially becoming a candidate for lieutenant governor in Louisiana in 2007.
- Taylor Swift earned a gold single for “Teardrops On My Guitar” in 2007.
- Reba McEntire began shooting Reba, a weekly sitcom for the WB TV network, in Los Angeles in 2001.
- Brooks and Dunn reached Number One on the Billboard country chart with “How Long Gone” in 1998.
- Wade Hayes earned his first gold album for Old Enough To Know Better in 1995.
- Vince Gill‘s “I Still Believe In You” became his first Number One on the Billboard singles chart in 1992.
- Reba McEntire‘s Reba Live album was released in 1989.
- Glen Campbell‘s “Rhinestone Cowboy” single was certified gold in 1975.
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