It’s Cody Glydon filling in for Colin Lovequist this week on Number 1’s at 1 for Northome Comfort Windows in Foam Lake. Coming up on today’s show:
We’ll get the show going with a momentous number 1 song on this day in 1964. The first female country singer debuted at #1 with “Once a Day” 54 years ago.
Ray Price was at the top of the country albums chart on this day in 1971 with “For the Good Times.”
Anne Murray returned to the top of the RPM Country Chart in Canada this week in 1980 with “Somebody’s Waiting.” From that album came a number 1 hit titled “Lucky Me.”
Merle Haggard enjoyed a one week ride a number 1 on this day in 1981 with “My Favourite Memory.” This became his 25th number 1 song.
Lady Antebellum started a five week ride at number 1 on this day in 2009 with “Need you Know.”
And one year ago this month Dean Brody released “8th Day” which eventually became a number 1 hit song for him. Join me at 1 p.m. today for more hits and stories!
(Picture: Dean Brody at Country Thunder Sask 2018. Photo by Cody Glydon)