Roy Rogers Lead Debut, Toby Keith Debuts-Today In Country History
The Music and Memories of April 20
2002- Toby Keith puts his priorities in check with ‘My List,’ which sits at No. 1.
1993- Mercury Records releases Toby Keith’s debut album, featuring the hit ‘Should’ve Been A Cowboy.’
1938- Roy Rogers makes his debut as a leading man with the release of “Under Western Stars.” Accompanied by Smiley Burnette and his horse, Trigger. Prior to his success in the movies Roy performed with The Sons Of The Pioneers, before going solo in 1937.
Wade Hayes, 1969. Wade hits the country charts in the mid ’90s with ‘Old Enough To Know Better’ and ‘I’m Still Dancin’ With You.’