This Day In Country Music History – March 18th
On this day in 2010, Blake Shelton played his first headlining show at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium to a sold out crowd… before the show he told the press, “I cannot wait to stand-up on the historic Ryman stage, in front of my family and fans, and give the best performance of my life”.
Today in 2003, Joe Nichols scored his second #1 song in a row with “Brokenheartsville”.
Brenda Lee and Chet Atkins (posthumously) were inducted into the rock n roll hall of fame in 2002.
And on this day in 1985, Exile’s “Crazy For Your Love” was on top of Billboard’s country singles chart.