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April 7th: On this day in Country Music

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April 7th: On this day in Country Music

Born on this day in Gans, Oklahoma, was Cal Smith, country musician, most famous for his 1972 #1 hit “The Lord Knows I’m Drinking” and his 1974 hit “Country Bumpkin,” which received the Song of the Year Award from both the Academy of Country Musicand the Country Music Association. Smith died on October 10, 2013.







Born on this day, was Bobby Bare, who scored over 30 US Country hits including his only Country #1 hit in 1974, “Marie Laveau”, (which was written by written by Shel Silverstein). In 1998, he formed the band, Old Dogs, with his friends Jerry Reed, Mel Tillis and Waylon Jennings.







The single “Tennessee Bird Walk” by the country music husband-and-wife duo Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan was at #1 on the country chart. “Tennessee Bird Walk” is a novelty song theorizing on the effects of removing the wings, feathers, singing ability, and common sense from birds.





Randy Travis1990
Randy Travis’ “Hard Rock Bottom Of Your Heart” broke the four-week barrier, on the US country singles chart, the first since Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson’s 1978 hit “Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys.”






Jake Owen2012
Jake Owen proposed to his girlfriend model Lacey Buchanan on stage in front of a hometown crowd in Vero Beach, Florida, at his annual charity event. The couple married the following month on May 7, 2012.






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