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THis Day In Country Music History – April 15th

On this day in 2010, Lady Antebellum captured an 11th week at the top of Billboard’s Country Albums chart with Need You Now which, according to Nielsen Soundscan data, sold another 57 thousand copies that week.

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Today in 2003, Darryl Worley held the number one spot on the charts for a fourth straight week with “Have You Forgotten?”.

Martina McBride received the good news that her Greatest Hits had been certified platinum today in 2002.

And on this day in 1989, Keith Whitley’s “I’m No Stranger To The Rain” enjoyed its second week atop the Billboard Country Singles chart.

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