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Saturday, January 9, 2010

It Happened Today In Country Music - Naomi Judd Called Out Atheists And Kenny Chesney's I'm Alive Buddy Was Born

Naomi Judd Signs Copy Of Her Book Naomi's Breakthrough Guide
Jan 9, 1951 - Brenda Gayle Webb, Loretta Lynn's youngest sister, born in Paintsville, Kentucky. She adopts the stage name Crystal Gayle, and her pop-influenced country earns a string of hits, including the million-selling "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"

Jan 9, 1967 - Rock artist Dave Matthews born in Johannesburg, South Africa. The namesake of The Dave Matthews Band, he joins Willie Nelson as a Farm Aid board member. He also appears on Kenny Chesney's 2009 hit "I'm Alive"

Jan 9, 1997 - The ever-quotable Naomi Judd takes a figurative pulpit at a hospital fundraiser in Columbia, South Carolina. "If y'all don't believe in God," she tells the audience, "you're a few sandwiches short of a picnic"

Jan 9, 2003 - "Wheel Of Fortune" comes to Nashville for three days of taping. Contestants include: George Jones, Billy Ray Cyrus, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Darryl Worley, Joe Nichols, Richie McDonald, Barbara Mandrell, Pam Tillis, Mark Wills, Brenda Lee and Wynonna

Source: RolandNote.com - The Ultimate Country Music Database!

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