Thursday, November 2, 2017

Today in Country Music History...November 2, 2017

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Garth Brooks wins Entertainer of the Year during the 50th annual Country Music Association awards, telecast by ABC from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. It's his fifth time to take the trophy and first in 18 years

ABC launches the sitcom "Malibu Country," with Reba McEntire portraying a country star attempting to reboot her life in California. McEntire also sings the theme song

Broken Bow releases the Jason Aldean album "My Kinda Party"

Brad Paisley's "She's Everything" video makes its TV world premiere on CMT

Big & Rich's Big Kenny Alphin and his wife, Christiev Carothers, have a son, Lincoln William Holiday Alphin

Rodney Crowell ("Please Remember Me"), John Prine ("Love Is On A Roll"), Paul Overstreet ("On The Other Hand") and Hal Blair ("Please Help Me, I'm Falling") join the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in a Loews Vanderbilt Plaza ceremony

DreamWorks releases Toby Keith's album "How Do You Like Me Now?!"

Waylon Jennings' "Greatest Hits" goes quadruple-platinum

Conway Twitty collects the first of his #1 country singles with "Next In Line"

Roy Acuff loses the Tennessee governor's race by a 2-1 margin to his friend, Democrat Gordon Browning

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