Saturday, November 25, 2017

Today in Country Music History...November 25, 2017

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Tim McGraw collects a gold album for "Two Lanes Of Freedom"

Keith Urban plays "Days Go By," "Put You In A Song" and "Better Life" during the Red Kettle halftime show at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, as the New Orleans Saints defeat Dallas, 30-27, in an NFL game

Zac Brown has Lasik eye surgery in Atlanta

When Heartland opens for The Charlie Daniels Band at the Forum Civic Center in Rome, Georgia, the band is surprised by guitarist Jeff Cook, who joins them to perform several Alabama songs

Alan Jackson's "Monday Morning Church," Kenny Chesney's "Anything But Mine" and Brad Paisley's "Mud On The Tires" videos debut on CMT

NBC-TV airs its second Shania Twain special of the year, "Shania Twain: Up! Close And Personal," with special guests Alison Krauss + Union Station. The music includes "I'm Gonna Getcha Good!," "From This Moment On," "You're Still The One" and "She's Not Just A Pretty Face"

Phil Vassar breezes to #1 in Billboard with "Just Another Day In Paradise"

Baptist LeAnn Rimes performs for Pope John Paul II

Capitol releases Garth Brooks' album "Sevens"

Trisha Yearwood makes her first appearance on CBS-TV's "Jag" in the recurring role of forensics specialist Teresa Coulter

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