Today in country music history:
2003 - Craig Morgan flew to Iraq to perform for the American service men and women during the holiday season.
2002 - Toby Keith hit number one with "Who's Your Daddy?"
2001 - Josh Turner made his Grand Ole Opry debut singing "Long Black Train."
1979 - Willie Nelson made his film debut in The Electric Horseman, so-starring Robert Redford and Jane Fonda.
1968 - Glen Campbell went to number one with "Wichita Lineman."
1959 - Marty Robbins took the top spot with "El Paso."
1950 - Hank Williams recorded "Cold, Cold Heart" in downtown Nashville.
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