This Day In Country Music History – March 22nd
On this day in 2010, Luke Bryan gave a special performance of his #1 song “Do I” on AOL Sessions… he was joined by the song’s co- writers…
Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, as well as Hillary Scott all of Lady Antebellum.
Today in 2002, Brooks & Dunn captured another #1 single with “The Long Goodbye”
Clint Black’s “Nothin’ But The Taillights” began its first of two weeks at #1 today in 1998.
And on this day in 1958, at the age of eight, Hank Williams, Jr. Made his stage debut in Swainsboro, Georgia.