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This Day in Country Music History, May 27

MCA releases the Sam Hunt single "Leave The Night On" to radio
Blake Shelton performs "Boys 'Round Here" with Gwen Sebastian on backing vocals during NBC's "The Voice." Contestants Danielle Bradbery, The Swon Brothers, Amber Carrington and Holly Tucker team up to cover Sugarland's "Something More"
Martina McBride sings the national anthem before the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Dario Franchitti wins for the third time in his career
Jamey Johnson and Lee Ann Womack duet on "Give It Away" during "George Strait: Artist Of The Decade" on CBS. The special includes Sugarland, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Jack Ingram and John Rich
Jason Aldean tops the Billboard chart for the first time with "Why"
Ty Herndon hits #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "What Mattered Most"
The Eagles begin their first concert tour in 14 years at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Irvine, California. Threaded in the set list: "Take It Easy," "Hotel California," "Tequila Sunrise" and "Lyin' Eyes"
Alabama earns the first gold album of its career, with "Feels So Right"
Glen Campbell records "Wichita Lineman" at the Capitol Recording Studio at Hollywood & Vine in Los Angeles
Don Williams is born in Floydada, Texas. His easy-going vocal style yields Top 10 hits every year from 1974-1991, including "I Believe In You," "You're My Best Friend" and "Tulsa Time," on his way into the Country Music Hall of Fame
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