A look back in country music history >>>

1950 - Hank Snow was at #1 on the Country music singles charts with "I'm Moving On"

1983 - Kenny Rogers' album Eyes That See in the Dark was released

1991 - Country music star Dottie West was critically injured in a car crash on the way to perform on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville

1997 - "She's Got It All," the song Kenny Chesney calls the most important of his career, reached number one

2002 - Patsy Cline topped the list of CMT's 40 Greatest Women of Country Music. Tammy Wynette was number two, third place went to Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton was fourth and Emmylou Harris rounded out the top five

2004 - Kris Kristofferson and former record executive Jim Foglesong were named the 2004 inductees to the Country Music Hall of Fame

2005 - Brooks & Dunn's album Hillbilly Deluxe hit stores

2006 - George StraitSonny James and guitarist Harold Bradley were announced as the newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame

2007 - Brad Paisley and George Strait each took a leading five nominations for the CMA Awards

2009 - Shania Twain was a special guest judge on this week's American Idol TV show, filmed in Chicago. Twain returned to American Idol the following year as a guest mentor for a week where the top 6 contestants showcased her songs

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