Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Today in Country Music History...January 23, 2018

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Brantley Gilbert and Chris Young make guest appearances on ABC-TV's "Nashville," showing up at a music-business party. Music in the episode includes Jack Ingram's "Barefoot And Crazy," plus tracks by Thomas Rhett and Edens Edge

Martina McBride delivers the national anthem at Pittsburgh's Heinz Field, while Joe Nichols and Hank Williams Jr. perform at halftime in the AFC Championship Game. The Steelers ground the New York Jets, 24-19

Carrie Underwood picks up four nods to lead all artists as the nominees are announced for the second annual CMT Online Awards

Carrie Underwood claims four victories to top the list as the CMT.com Loaded Awards winners are announced

Big Kenny Alphin, of Big & Rich, marries wardrobe stylist Christiev Carothers on a mountaintop in Deadwood, South Dakota. The couple met during the video shoot for Gretchen Wilson's "Redneck Woman"

Clint Black collects his first platinum album, for "Killin' Time"

Reba McEntire nets her first gold album, for "Whoever's In New England"

Josh Thompson is born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Two singles, "Beer On The Table" and the title track, lead his first album, "Way Out Here," to a Top 10 debut in 2010

Elvis Presley records "Suspicious Minds" at the American Studios in Memphis

Singer/songwriter Harley Allen is born in Dayton, Ohio. He writes Alan Jackson's "Between The Devil And Me," Darryl Worley's "Awful, Beautiful Life" and Blake Shelton's "The Baby." He also sings harmonies on The Soggy Bottom Boys' "I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow"

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