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This Day In Country Music History – April 19th

On this day in 2010, Tim Mcgraw, Faith Hill, Darius Rucker, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum and Rascal Flatts performed for Acm Presents: Brooks & Dunn – The Last Rodeo, the tribute concert special honoring Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn.

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This Day In Country Music History – April 12th

On this day in 2010, Parade magazine reported in their annual "What People Earn" salary list that Taylor Swift made 17.2 million dollars in 2009.

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This Day In Country Music History – April 11th

On this day in 2010, Shania Twain spoke with Oprah Winfrey about her upcoming show that will be on the own network. That was a year ago, and the show still isn’t on the air.

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This Day In Country Music History – April 8th

On this day in 2010, Alan Jackson's "Freight Train Tour" kicked off in Fort Meyers, Florida with Josh Turner and Chris Young on tap to get the crowd revved up… Jackson recently returned from his first tour of Australia.

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This Day In Country Music History – April 7th

On this day in 2010, Alan Jackson's Freight Train rolled into the #2 spot on the Billboard Country Albums chart after being derailed from debuting in the #1 position by Lady Antebellum, as the trio celebrated their 10th week at the top with Need You Now.

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This Day In Country Music History – April 6th

On this day in 2010, Taylor Swift was on Time Magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world… at #37, swift was the only country artist named in the poll.

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This Day In Country Music History – April 5th

On this day in 2010, Zac Brown Band's "Highway 20 Ride" jumped to #1 on both the Mediabase and Billboard's country singles charts marking the band's third #1 single behind "Chicken Fried" and "Toes".

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This Day In Country Music History – March 30th

On this day in 2010, Alan Jackson released his long awaited 18th album, Freight Train, which he says he named after a track on the project… Jackson just returned from his first performances in  Australia.

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This Day In Country Music History – March 25th

On this day in 2010, Dolly Parton came to the defense of reality star Heidi Montag about her extreme makeover procedures… dolly told Access Hollywood, "oh, I would have probably done it when I was that age if i could have afforded it and thought i needed it."

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This Day In Country Music History – March 23rd

On this day in 2010, Josh Turner celebrated his four-week #1 song "Why Don't We Just Dance" in Nashville… Josh said that he always that song was special.

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This Day In Country Music History – March 22nd

On this day in 2010, Luke Bryan gave a special performance of his #1 song "Do I" on AOL Sessions… he was joined by the song's co- writers...

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This Day In Country Music History – March 21st

On this day in 2010, tragedy struck Carrie Underwood’s "Play On" tour when one of her truck drivers was killed in a tractor-trailer accident… that night Carrie dedicated her song "Temporary Home" to the driver and his family.

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