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This Day In Country Music History – March 23rd

On this day in 2010, Josh Turner celebrated his four-week #1 song “Why Don’t We Just Dance” in Nashville… Josh said that he always that song was special.

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Today in 2004, Kenny Chesney’s duet with Uncle Kracker, “When The Sun Goes Down” hit number one on both country charts.

Diamond Rio’s “One More Day” continued its run at #1 in 2001… The song would spent all but one week of the month of March at the top.

And on this day in 1997, “How Was I To Know” by Reba Mcentire at the top of the country charts.

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