Today in country music history:
2006 - Mark Wills and Darryl Worley wrapped up their tour of the Middle East, performing for troops in Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan.
2001 - Tim McGraw and Faith Hill took their baby, Audrey, home from Nashville's Baptist Hospital, 18 days after she was born eight-weeks premature.
1988 - Keith Whitley checked in to the number one spot with "When You Say Nothing at All."
1986 - Kix and Barbara Brooks had their first child, Molly.
1983 - Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers scored a number one hit with "Houston (Means I'm One Day Closer To You)."
1978 - Alan Jackson got engaged to wife Denise.
1966 - Jack Greene began a seven-week run at number one with "There Goes My Everything."
1964 - Glen Campbell made his first concert appearance with The Beach Boys, filling in for an ill Brian Wilson.
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