Today In Country History-Craig Morgan Hits No. 1, Kenny Chesney’s Birthday
The Music and Memories of March 26
2005- Craig Morgan tops the charts with "That's What I Love About Sunday." The song turns out to be the biggest Billboard radio hit of the year.
1983- John Anderson goes to #1 on the Billboard country chart with "Swingin'." The single goes platinum, a rare occasion at that time in Country Music.
Kenny Chesney, 1936. 'How Forever Feels' 'You Had Me From Hello' 'Big Star' 'There Goes My Life' and 'When The Sun Goes Down' are a small part of his hit catalog.
Charly McClain, 1956. Charly hits with the original version of 'Who's Cheatin' Who.' Along with 'Radio Heart' and 'Sentimental 'Ol You,' she records an album with Mickey Gilley that produces the hit 'Paradise Tonight.'
Ronnie McDowell, 1950. Ronnie gets his start recording a tribute to Elvis called 'The King Is Gone.' In addition to his Elvis tributes, he scores Country hits with 'Watchin' Girls Go By' 'You're Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation' and 'Older Women' featuring backup vocals byThe Jordanaires.