Roger Miller Takes To The Road, Sugarland Settles In – Today In Country Music History
Sugarland Settled in at the top of the Country music charts on this date in 2007, the Bellamy Brothers asked a musical question in 1979, Roger Miller was King Of The Road in 1965 and more.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 19 May, 2012.
- Sugarland topped the Billboard chart with “Settlin'” in 2007.
- Trisha Yearwood‘s version of “How Do I Live” was released in 1997.
- Billy Ray Cyrus‘ debut album, Some Gave All, was released in 1992.
- Randy Travis‘ “Forever And Ever, Amen” went to Number One in 1987.
- The Bellamy Brothers “If I Said You Have A Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me” went to Number One in 1979.
- Eddy Arnold debuted at Carnegie Hall in 1966.
- Roger Miller‘s “King Of The Road” single was certified gold in 1965.
I know, this is a really cheesy video, but it is fun. In a Retro TV kind of way.
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