On this day in 2002, Billboard Magazine released its list of the Top Country Albums of the year. Alan Jackson’s Drive placed third, Garth Brooks’ Scarecrow came in second and The O Brother, Where Are Thou? Soundtrack landed at number one.
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On this day in 2002, Billboard Magazine named Kenny Chesney’s “The Good Stuff” their song of the year. At the time, it was also his longest-lasting Number One, having spent a total of seven weeks at the top of the charts.
On this day in 2007, Billboard Magazine announced the winners of its 2007 Touring Awards and Kenny Chesney scored the Top Package Honor for this tour with Sugarland, Pat Green, Brooks & Dunn, and Sara Evans.
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