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This Day In Country Music History 12/19/17

Welcome to December 19th 2017.  Today is National Hard CandyDay and National Oatmeal Muffin Day. (more information at National Day)

This day in Country Music History

1970 Loretta Lynn is at #1 on the Billboard country charts with “Coal Miner’s Daughter”(watch video)

1980 Dolly Parton’s first movie, “9 To 5,” debuts. (watch video) Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin co-star in the picture, buoyed by a title song written and performed by Parton.

1992 Alan Jackson scores a #1 country single in Billboard with “She’s Got The Rhythm (And I Got The Blues),” (watch video) co-written by Randy Travis.

2005 Gary Allan collects a gold album for “Tough All Over”.  The album produced hit singles “Best I Ever had” (watch video) and

“Life Ain’t Always Beautiful” (watch video)

More information on these and other stories at CMT

 

 



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