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This Day In Country Music History – February 4th

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This Day In Country Music History

ON THIS DAY IN 2010, LADY ANTEBELLUM’S SOPHOMORE ALBUM, NEED YOU NOW, DEBUTED AT #1 ON THE BILLBOARD 200 AND THE BILLBOARD COUNTRY ALBUMS CHART, SELLING OVER 481 THOUSAND COPIES.

TODAY IN 2000, SHANIA TWAIN WAS NAMED “FEMALE MUSICIAN WITH THE HOTTEST HAIR” IN A POLL CONDUCTED BY SALLY BEAUTY SUPPLY… FAITH HILL CAME IN SECOND AND JENNIFER LOPEZ PLACED THIRD.

JOHN MICHAEL MONTGOMERY SCORED HIS SECOND NUMBER ONE BILLBOARD SINGLE WITH “I SWEAR” IN 1994 … THE SONG WOULD STAY AT THE TOP FOR THE NEXT FOUR WEEKS.

And on this day in 1989, EARL THOMAS CONLEY’S “WHAT i’D SAY” SAT ON TOP OF THE COUNTRY CHARTS    THIS HAS BEEN A DAY IN THE COUNTRY.

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