Today in country music history:
2006 - Jason Michael Carroll made his Grand Ole Opry debut singing "Alyssa Lies."
2006 - Bucky Covington moved to Nashville from Rockingham, North Carolina.
2000 - The movie O Brother, Where Art Thou? debuted in New York and Los Angeles featuring Alison Krauss and Emmylou Harris on the soundtrack.
1995 - Clint Black's album One Emotion was certified platinum.
1994 - Martina McBride delivered her first baby, a girl named Delaney Katharine.
1984 - The Judds took "Why Not Me" to number one.
1973 - Merle Haggard hit number one with "If We Make It Through December."
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