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27

This Day in Country Music History, March 27

2013
The Miranda Lambert single "Mama's Broken Heart" is certified gold
2008
Trace Adkins sings "You're Gonna Miss This" during the season finale of Donald Trump's NBC series "The Celebrity Apprentice," won by his opponent, Piers Morgan. Making cameo appearances are Eddie Montgomery, Dean Sams and Ronnie Milsap
2007
Curb releases Tim McGraw's album "Let It Go"
2002
Lyle Lovett's leg is broken in 20 places when he's trampled by a bull while working on his uncle's Texas ranch. Lovett, injured while trying to protect his uncle, who was flipped by the bull, undergoes surgery at Houston's Memorial Hermann Hospital
2002
Shania Twain's album "Come On Over" is certified for shipments of 19 million units
1999
Kenny Chesney starts a six-week stay at the top of the Billboard country chart with "How Forever Feels"
1998
Gene Autry, who sold the California Angels baseball team to Disney, is honored with a bronze statue as Anaheim Stadium is reopened after a major facelift
1996
Trace Adkins' debut video, "There's A Girl In Texas," has its world premiere on CMT
1985
RCA releases Restless Heart's self-titled debut album
1971
Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn share the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart with "After The Fire Is Gone"
1965
Roger Miller's "King Of The Road" occupies the #1 position on the Billboard country singles chart