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Diamond Rio Sparkles On The Classic Double

On this day in 1991, America's number one country song was "Meet In The Middle" by Diamond Rio. Today, we'll kick off our "Country Classic Double" at 11:30 a.m. with that great hit and follow it up with "Gone Too Far", a number one for Eddie Rabbitt on this day in 1980.

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Get “Unwound” On The Classic Double

Today on the "Country Classic Double" we honor George Strait. On this day, May 16, 1981, he made is debut on country charts with his first single, "Unwound", which climbed up to number six.

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Silly Songs On Today’s Classic Double

Today we introduce a new theme to our "Country Classic Double" at 11:30 a.m...silly songs. I can't entirely take credit for this, as it was suggested to me by my good friend and colleague, Matt Herkimer. So, here are two songs that live up to the word silly. We begin with the king of novelty songs, Jerry Reed and his number one hit in 1982, "She Got the Goldmine (I Got The Shaft)", one of the greatest country song titles ever.

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Go Behind Closed Doors On The Classic Double

Today we kick off our "Country Classic Double" with the "Silver Fox", Charlie Rich. On this day back in 1973, "Behind Closed Doors" was the number one song on the country charts, and a big hit on pop charts. Charlie Rich was one of those performers like Kenny Rogers and others, who had appeal to both audiences.

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We Say Hello Walls On Today’s Double

Talk about classics! Today we begin our "Country Classic Double" at 11:30 a.m. with the number one country song on this day back in 1961 - "Hello Walls" by Faron Young. Staying in the 1960s, we complete the "Double" with "Understand Your Man", Johnny Cash's number one hit (and my favorite Johnny Cash song) on this day in 1964.

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Don Williams “Believes” On The Classic Double

Today, we begin our "Country Classic Double" with "I Believe In You", a number one song in 1980 by Don Williams. We salute Don Williams today as it was just announced that he has a new album coming out on June 19th. The new CD is called, "And So It Goes", and it's his first new album in eight years.

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The Coal Miner’s Daughter On Today’s Double

On May 1, 1980, the Academy of Country Music named Loretta Lynn the "80s Artist Of The Decade". We honor Loretta Lynn today on our "Country Classic Double" at 11:30 a.m. with her signature song, "Coal Miner's Daughter", which she also wrote and hit number one back in 197o.

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Happy 79th Birthday Willie Nelson

He's done it all, seen it all, played it all... from country to pop and a few American standards thrown in, Willie Nelson is one of those performers who appeals to just about everybody. He's even sung duets with Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Jimmy Sturr's Polka band. Today, Willie celebrates his 79th birthday and is still going strong. That's good enough reason for me to feature him and his music on today's "Country Classic Double" at 11:30 a.m.

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Rockin’ With Dolly And Ricky On The Double

On this day in 1991, "Rockin' Years" by Dolly Parton and Ricky Van  Shelton was number one on the country charts. Today, we begin our "Country Classic Double" with that song, and continue the duets theme with "Meet Me In Montana",  a number one hit from 1985 featuring Marie Osmond and the late Dan Seals.

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Kenny And Dottie On Today’s Classic Double

Today we kick off our "Country Classic Double" at 11:30 a.m. with a classic duet, Kenny Rogers and Dottie West singing, "All I Ever Need Is You". That was the number one song this day back in 1979, and before that it was a huge pop hit for Sonny & Cher. And, check out another story here on Kenny's thoughts on his hit "The Gambler".

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We’re Going To Galveston On The Classic Double

Today we begin our "Country Classic Double" at 11:30 a.m. with the number one country song on this day back in 1969, "Galveston" by Glen Campbell. "Galveston" was another Jimmy Webb song that Glen Campbell made a big hit on both country an pop charts.

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A Boy Named Sue On Today’s Classic Double

Today on the "Country Classic Double" at 11:30 a.m. we're featuring "Boy Named Sue", a number one hit in 1969 for Johnny Cash. The reason why we're starting off with that song is that on this day in 1970, Johnny performed it at the White House for then President Richard Nixon. The story goes that President Nixon asked him to sing "Okie From Muskogee", but Johnny said that he didn't record that song (Merle Haggard did) and that he would rather sing one of his own.

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