Trace Adkins Sings The National Anthem, Jo Dee Messina Is Alright – Today In Country Music History
Trace Adkins sang at the Republican National Convention on this date in 2008, Jo Dee Messina was alright in 1998, George Strait was country in 1981 and more.
Here’s the list for Today In Country Music History for 04 September, 2012.
- Trace Adkins performed the national anthem at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota, where John McCain accepted the presidential nomination during the Republican National Convention in 2008.
- Trace and Rhonda Adkins welcomed daughter Brianna Rhea Adkins in Nashville in 2001.
- Jo Dee Messina was certified earned her first gold album for I’m Alright and a gold single for the double-sided hit “I’m Alright” and “Bye Bye” in 1998.
- Dottie West died in Nashville after an August 30th automobile accident in 1991.
- Reba McEntire‘s Rumor Has It album was released in 1990.
- Kenny Rogers went to Number One on the Billboard country singles chart with “Love Will Turn You Around” in 1982.
- George Strait‘s Strait Country album was released in 1981.
- Charlie Rich‘s “Behind Closed Doors” single was certified gold in 1973.
- Bill Monroe re-recorded “Blue Moon Of Kentucky” for Decca Records in 1954.
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