Number 1’s at 1 – July 21

We have an eclectic mix on today’s show!

Jeanne Pruett started an eight week ride at number one on the country albums chart on this day in 1973 with “Satin Sheets.” From that album came the title track which would be her only career number one single.

John Denver walked into a studio on this day in 1975 to record “I’m Sorry.” It would go on to become his third number one on the country chart.

Anne Murray landed her third number one on this day in 1979 with “Shadows in the Moonlight.” It was the second single in a string of three that would go number one on the Billboard Country Chart in 1979 for Murray.

Hank Williams Jr. reached number one on the country albums chart with “Major Moves” on July 21st, 1984. It contained the top 10 hit “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight.” The album was number one for seven non-consecutive weeks.

We’ll celebrate a few birthdays on today’s program. Happy 48th birthday to Paul Brandt and happy 42nd birthday to Brad Mates of Emerson Drive.

Julian Austin landed his first and only number one on this day in 1997 with “Little Ol’ Kisses.”

July 21st, 2007 also marked the first time Big and Rich landed a number one with “Lost in This Moment.”

Judy Rodman was number one this week back in 1986 with “Until I Met You.”

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