This Day In Country Music History – March 28th
On this day in 2010, Tim Mcgraw confirmed to the Vancouver Sun that he and wife Faith Hill would release a duet album in the future, even though their record labels have held them back on the idea.
Today in 2002, Brooks & Dunn’s Steers And Stripes was certified platinum … The album featured the hits “Only In America” and “Ain’t Nothing ‘Bout You”.
Kenny Chesney’s “How Forever Feels” became his second Billboard number one single today in 1999.
And happy birthday to Reba Mcentire … Reba was born in Chockie, Oklahoma and blows out 56 candles today.