This Day In Country Music History – April 4th
On this day in 2010, Carrie Underwood told Fox News that she wouldn’t be singing at her wedding to hockey player Mike Fisher… she said, “I won’t sing, no. That’s my job”… Underwood and her now husband can be seen almost nightly at predators games in Nashville.
Today in 2003, Lonestar performed for 20,000 troops, their families and President Bush at camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
Kenny Rogers had the most popular song in the country today back in 1977 with “Lucille”.
And on this day in 1959, “Whispering” Bill Anderson made his debut appearance on the Grand Ole Opry.