Texan Inducted Into Songwriters Hall of Fame This Day in Country Music – November 2nd (Video)
2003 – Rodney Crowell (“Please Remember Me”), John Prine (“Love Is On A Roll”), Paul Overstreet (“On The Other Hand”) and Hal Blair (“Please Help Me, I’m Falling”) are added to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in a Loews Vanderbilt Plaza ceremony.Saturday, November 17th you can see Rodney Crowell live on stage at The Barn Bar & Grill in Nacogdoches!
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2010 – Broken Bow releases the Jason Aldean album “My Kinda Party”.
2009 – Toby Keith’s video “Cryin’ For Me (Wayman’s Song)” debuts on CMT.
2006 – Brad Paisley’s “She’s Everything” video makes its TV world premiere on CMT.
2005 – Big & Rich’s Big Kenny Alphin and his wife, Christiev Carothers, have a son, Lincoln William Holiday Alphin.
1999 – DreamWorks releases Toby Keith’s album “How Do You Like Me Now?!”.
1993 – Waylon Jennings’ “Greatest Hits” goes quadruple-platinum.
1968 – Conway Twitty collects the first of his #1 country singles with “Next In Line”.
1961 – Singer k.d. lang born in Consort, Alberta. Debuting as a Patsy Cline-influenced artist in the 1980s, she earns two Grammy awards in the country field, then expands into wider stylistic waters.
1948 – Roy Acuff loses the Tennessee governor’s race by a 2-1 margin to his friend, Democrat Gordon Browning.
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