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This Day In Country Music History – April 27th

On this day in 2010, Joe Nichols’ “Gimmie That Girl,” grabbed the top spot on both the Billboard and Mediabase Country Singles charts, marking Joe’s fourth #1.

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Today in 2004, after a five-week stay at the top, Kenny Chesney’s “When The Sun Goes Down” was replaced at #1 by Keith Urban”S “You’ll Think Of Me”.

John Michael Montgomery’s “I Can Love You Like That” began a three week stay at #1 in 1995.

And on this day in 1972, Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Chantilly Lace” held the #1 position on Billboard.

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