March 19 in Country Music History
1961: Marty Robbins sits at #1 with Don’t Worry, his seventh Country Chart-topper.
1972: Freddie Hart and the Heartbeats are #1 on the Country Chart with My Hang-Up Is You, Hart’s second #1 on the US Country Singles Chart.
2000: Dixie Chicks fifth studio album Fly is #1 on the Country Charts.
2007: Days after an announcement that Lonestar had parted ways with longtime record label BNA Records, lead singer Richie McDonald announces plans to depart the group to embark on a solo career at the end of the year.
2010: Josh Turner is #1 on the Country Singles Chart with Why Don’t We Just Dance.
2013: Police in north Florida ticket country music singer David Allan Coe for running a red light before being struck by a tractor-trailer near downtown Ocala.