Happy anniversary to Trace Adkins. It was on this date 19 years ago (Nov. 23, 1996) that the singer made his Grand Ole Opry debut, performing "Every Light in the House," from his freshman Dreamin' Out Loud album.
Chances are good that 34 years ago today (Nov. 21, 1981), Hank Williams Jr. didn't do much settling down. It was on that day that his single "All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down)" soared to the top of the charts.
Forty-three years ago today, on Nov. 20, 1972, Loretta Lynn released her single "Rated 'X'." The song, which describes the double standard that divorced women seemed to face at the time, was from her 1973 Entertainer of the Year album.
Nov. 17, 1997, was an historic day for Shania Twain, and for country music. It was on this day, 18 years ago, that the singer's sophomore album, The Woman in Me, was certified diamond, signifying sales of more than 10 million units.
Twenty-one years ago today, on Nov. 16, 1994, Garth Brooks made history. It was on this day that his third studio album, Ropin' the Wind, which was released in 1991, was certified for sales of 10 million copies, making him the first country artist to have two albums earned diamond status.
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