1974 - Billy "Crash" Craddock's signature song, "Rub It In," reaches #1 on the Billboard country chart.Billy Crash Craddock STILL Rubbing It In...

 

2010 - Taylor Swift's "Fifteen" receives an MTV Video Music Awards nomination for Best Female Video pitting her against Beyonce, Ke$ha, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry.

 

2001 - Trace Adkins' "I'm Tryin'" video has its world premiere on CMT.

 

1999 - Patsy Cline receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

 

1993 - Giant releases Clay Walker's self-titled debut album.

 

1991 - Johnny Lee makes his Grand Ole Opry debut.

 

1991 - Trisha Yearwood's name appears at #1 in Billboard for the first time with her single "She's In Love With The Boy".

 

1985 - Alabama works its way to #1 on the Billboard country chart with "Forty Hour Week (For A Livin')".

 

1966 - Lonestar's keyboard player Dean Sams is born in Garland, Texas. Winners of the Academy of Country Music's Best New Group or Duo for 1995, the band earns hits with "Tequila Talkin'," "No News" and the pop crossover single "Amazed".

 

1953 - Songwriter-guitarist-producer Randy Scruggs born to Earl Scruggs in Nashville. His credits include George Strait's "Heartland," Deana Carter's "We Danced Anyway" and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's "Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Volume 2".

 

1924 - Gordon Stoker, of The Jordanaires, born in Gleason, Tennessee. The quartet sings back-up on singles by Elvis Presley, Kenny Rogers, Jimmy Dean and Tammy Wynette, among others, gaining enrollment in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001.

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