Trace Doesn’t “Miss This” Gold Record This Day In Country Music – October 31st
2008 - Trace Adkins collects a gold single for "You're Gonna Miss This".
2006 - BNA releases Kellie Pickler's debut album, "Small Town Girl".
2000 - Mercury releases Jamie O'Neal's debut album, "Shiver".
1998 - Shania Twain's "Honey, I'm Home" resides at #1 on the Billboard country chart.
1997 - SHeDAISY commits to a recording contract with Lyric Street Records.
1990 - Paulette Carlson announces she's leaving Highway 101.
1983 - Lee Greenwood tapes the syndicated "Solid Gold" in Los Angeles, then visits the home of MCA chairman Irving Azoff to present him a tape of "God Bless The U.S.A.".
1974 - Emmylou Harris records "If I Could Only Win Your Love" and her first single, "Too Far Gone".
1964 - Darryl Worley born in Savannah, Tennessee. Noted for the strong traditional influence on his music, the lanky singer builds a solid career after his 2000 debut, striking a major chord for patriotism with his 2003 release "Have You Forgotten?".
1912 - Dale Evans born in Uvalde, Texas. In December 1947, she marries Roy Rogers, with whom she stars on radio and TV. She also writes their classic closing theme "Happy Trails".