It Felt Good For Tim McGraw This Day in Country Music – November 19th (Video)
2010 - Tim McGraw's "Felt Good On My Lips" video debuts on CMT.com.
2006 - Buddy Jewell breaks his wrist when he falls off a ladder while stringing Christmas lights on his Nashville home. The accident forces him to cancel his scheduled participation in a holiday concert tour.
2004 - Josh Turner flags down his first platinum album, for "Long Black Train".
2002 - Emmylou Harris joins Bruce Springsteen on stage in Birmingham, Alabama, to sing "My Hometown." The city is, appropriately, her hometown.
2002 - Mercury releases Shania Twain's "Up!" album.
1997 - George Strait's four-CD set, "Strait Out Of The Box," is honored for shipments of 5 million units.
1996 - American Recordings releases Johnny Cash's "Unchained".
1994 - Mary Chapin Carpenters earns a #1 country single in Billboard with "Shut Up And Kiss Me".
1973 - Billy Currington born in Savannah, Georgia. Debuting with "Walk A Little Straighter" in 2003, he applies an easy-going vocal style to a string of hits, including "Don't," "That's How Country Boys Roll" and "People Are Crazy".
1973 - Jason Albert born in Washington, D.C. He joins the band Heartland, singing lead on the group's 2006 hit "I Loved Her First".
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