Shedaisy Gets Gold, Waylon Shows His Hands – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]
Shedaisy went gold with The Whole Shebang in 1999, Waylon Jennings’ face got cut out of the picture in 1980 and Eddy Arnold began an unprecedented run of 72 weeks at the top of the Country charts in 1947.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 01 November, 2011.
- Shedaisy earned their first gold album for their debut, The Whole Shebang, in 1999.
- Jason Aldean moved to Nashville from Georgia in 1998.
- Waylon Jennings went to Number One in Billboard with “Theme From The Dukes Of Hazzard (Good Ol’ Boys)” in 1980.
- Eddy Arnold began an unequaled 72-week reign at the top of the country chart in 1947 with the following Number One hits (in order): “I’ll Hold You In My Heart,” “Anytime,” “Bouquet Of Roses,” “Texarkana Baby,” and “Just A Little Lovin’ (Will Go A Long, Long Way).”
Here’s Waylon playing the Dukes of Hazzard Theme. And THIS video even shows his face!
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