Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Today in Country Music History...October 31, 2017

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Tim McGraw throws out the ceremonial first pitch before a World Series game at Citi Field in New York, where the Kansas City Royals defeat the hometown Mets, 5-3

Little Big Town's "Tornado" video debuts on CMT

MCA releases George Strait's single "Love's Gonna Make It Alright" to radio

Trace Adkins collects a gold single for "You're Gonna Miss This"

BNA releases Kellie Pickler's debut album, "Small Town Girl"

Shania Twain's "Honey, I'm Home" resides at #1 on the Billboard country chart

Lee Greenwood tapes the syndicated "Solid Gold" in Los Angeles, then visits the home of MCA chairman Irving Azoff to present him a tape of "God Bless The U.S.A."

Emmylou Harris records "If I Could Only Win Your Love" and her first single, "Too Far Gone," in Los Angeles

Darryl Worley is born in Savannah, Tennessee. Noted for the strong traditional influence on his music, the lanky singer builds a solid career after his 2000 debut, striking a major chord for patriotism with his 2003 release "Have You Forgotten?"

Dale Evans is born in Uvalde, Texas. In December 1947, she marries western actor Roy Rogers, with whom she stars on radio and TV. She also writes the couple's theme song, "Happy Trails"

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