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Apr 1, 1986 Hillary Scott is born in Nashville. The daughter of Linda Davis, she becomes the female voice in Lady Antebellum, a harmony-based trio noted for such hits as "Need You Now," "I Run To You," "Downtown" and "American Honey"
Apr 1, 2012 Miranda Lambert is a double-winner in the 47th annual Academy of Country Music awards, taking Female Vocalist and Album of the Year, for "Four The Record," during the CBS telecast from Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena
Apr 1, 2009
The Zac Brown Band earns a platinum single for "Chicken Fried"
Apr 1, 2014 Dierks Bentley performs at The Station Inn in Nashville, where he has two surprise guests: Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves, who covers Buck Owens' "Act Naturally"
Apr 1, 1993 Garth Brooks makes the cover of Rolling Stone, where he defends his stance on homosexuality and interracial marriage in "We Shall Be Free": "I do believe that God exists. I do believe in the Bible. But I can't see that loving somebody is a sin"
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