Gretchen Wilson’s First No. 1, Wynonna Goes Solo – Today In Country History
The Music and Memories of May 29
2004- Gretchen Wilson lands at the top with the smash hit 'Redneck Woman.' The song stays at the front for five weeks.
1991- After the Judds split, Wynonna Judd begins recording her first solo album. The album is titled 'Wynonna,' and brings the daughter-half of the Judds, her first solo No. 1 with 'She Is His Only Need.'
1976- Johnny Cash has a clunker parked at No. 1 with 'One Piece At A Time.'
1962- The fourth annual Grammy Awards recognize Jimmy Dean's 'Big, Bad John' as the best Country Recording of the Year.