Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Today in Country Music History...November 15, 2017

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Sam Hunt's "Montevallo" debuts at #1 on the Billboard country albums chart
Hunter Hayes' self-titled debut album is certified gold
Arista releases Carrie Underwood's debut album, "Some Hearts"
Lee Ann Womack wins three trophies in the Country Music Association awards at New York's Madison Square Garden: Single of the Year, for "I May Hate Myself In The Morning"; Album, for "There's More Where That Came From"; and Vocal Event, for the George Strait collaboration "Good News, Bad News"
Shania Twain's "Come On Over" becomes the first country album in history certified for shipments of 20 million units
Toby Keith bellies up to #1 in Billboard with "I Love This Bar"
The video for Jo Dee Messina's "Burn," shot in a castle in New York, debuts on CMT
Waylon Jennings picks up a #1 country single in Billboard with "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way"
Singer/songwriter Jack Ingram is born in Houston. After more than 10 years on the Texas red-dirt circuit, he nets hits beginning in 2006 with "Wherever You Are," "Love You" and "Barefoot And Crazy"
"We don't burn our draft cards down on Main Street": Merle Haggard hits #1 in Billboard with "Okie From Muskogee"

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