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Zac Brown Drops His Top This Day In Country Music – December 29th

2010 – Alan Jackson surprises Zac Brown at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena with a 1966 Cadillac El Dorado convertible, a gift of thanks for including him on “As She’s Walking Away”.

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2002 – Chris Cagle sings the national anthem at Houston’s Reliant Stadium during the final weekend of the NFL season, as the Texans host the Tennessee Titans. Tennessee wins, 13-3.

 

2001 – Alan Jackson’s “Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)” spends the first of five weeks at #1 in Billboard.

 

2000 – John Michael Montgomery suffers a compound fracture above the ankle when he slips on ice while hunting near his Kentucky home. He has a cast applied during surgery at Lexington’s Central Baptist Hospital and uses it for the next eight months.

 

1998 – Lorrie Morgan,┬áSteve Winwood and┬áMichael English perform at halftime during the first Music City Bowl at Dudley Field in Nashville, while guitarist Larry Carlton is booed for a jazz version of the national anthem. Virginia Tech defeats Alabama, 38-7.

 

1983 – George Jones receives the first platinum album of his career, for “I Am What I Am”.

 

1983 – Jessica Andrews born in Huntingdon, Tennessee. Befriended early in her career by Faith Hill, she gains attention as a teenager for a contribution to the 1999 album “The Prince Of Egypt,” then breaks out at age 17 with “Who I Am”.

 

1972 – Jeanne Pruett records “Satin Sheets”.

 

1969 – Capitol releases Merle Haggard’s live “Okie From Muskogee” album.

 

1939 – Ed Bruce born in Keiser, Arkansas. The rich-voiced performer develops a varied career as a vocalist, actor, commercial spokesman and songwriter. His writing credits include “Texas (When I Die)” and “Mammas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys”.

 

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