Today in country music history:
2008 - Taylor Swift had surgery to remove her wisdom teeth.
2003 - Keith Urban's self-titled solo debut album was certified platinum.
2000 - Faith Hill's album Breathe was certified five-times platinum.
2000 - The animated Disney movie The Emperor's New Groove hit theaters featuring Rascal Flatts on the soundtrack.
1984 - Anne Murray and Dave Loggins took "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" to number one.
1979 - Alan Jackson married his wife Denise at the First Baptist Church in Newnan, Georgia.
1977 - Naomi Judd graduated from the nursing program at the College of Marin in California.
1944 - Hank Williams married Audrey Gay at a gas station outside Andalusia, Alabama.
Doug Phelps - singer, Kentucky Headhunters
Nudie Cohen (1902-1984) Hollywood designer who brought the rhinestone suit to prominence, making outfits for the likes of Hank Williams and Porter Wagoner.
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