Tim McGraw’s First No. 1, Phil Vassar Born – Today In Country History
The Music and Memories of May 28
2005- Keith Urban lands at the top with 'Making Memories Of Us.' The popular weddings song stays at No. 1 for five weeks.
1999- Brad Paisley makes his Grand Ole Opry debut. At the time, his first releases included 'Who Needs Pictures' and '(Half The Dad) He Didn't Have To Be.'
1994- Tim McGraw gets his first No. 1 hit with 'Don't Take The Girl.' The follow-up to 'Indian Outlaw.'
Phil Vassar, 1964. Phil pens the hits 'Bye-Bye' and 'I'm Alright' for Jo Dee Messina and 'My Next Thirty Years' for Tim McGraw. In addition, his own hits include 'Just Another Day In Paradise' and 'Carlene.'