A Crazy Girl Hits Radio This Day in Country Music – July 22nd (Video)
2011 – The Eli Young Band realizes its first gold single for “Crazy Girl”.
2008 – Mercury releases the Sugarland album “Love On The Inside”.
2006 – Brad Paisley’s “The World” spins at #1 in Billboard.
2004 – Gretchen Wilson’s “Here For The Party” video debuts on CMT.
1995 – Shania Twain collects her first #1 single in Billboard with “Any Man Of Mine”.
1992 – Earl Scruggs and Minnie Pearl receive National Medals of Arts from president George Bush at a White House ceremony.
1989 – George Strait ascends to #1 on the Billboard country chart with “What’s Going On In Your World”.
1982 – Dolly Parton’s “The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas,” co-starring Burt Reynolds, makes its Nashville premiere. The movie includes her remake of her own “I Will Always Love You”.
11972 – Charley Pride lays claim to the #1 slot on the Billboard country chart with “It’s Gonna Take A Little Bit Longer”.
1961 – Patsy Cline comes on stage at the Grand Ole Opry in a wheelchair to assure fans she’ll return to performing soon, following her June car accident.
1947 – Drummer-vocalist Don Henley is born in Gilmer, Texas. A founding member of The Eagles, Henley watches his songs become country hits for Johnny Rodriguez and Conway Twitty. He also adds supporting vocals to Trisha Yearwood’s “Walkaway Joe”.
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