George Strait Released a Huge Album 32 Years Ago Today
On Sept. 28, 1984, George Strait’s record label, MCA, released his 'Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind' album, which became the country legend’s second of many chart-topping records and produced three Top 5 singles.
The title track became Strait’s sixth No. 1 single, and the two follow-up tunes, “The Cowboy Rides Away” and “The Fireman,” both landed at No. 5.
The album sold more than one million copies, earned Strait his first CMA Award for Album of the Year, and the title track also earned him a nomination for Single of the Year. The album also won George two ACM Awards for Album of the Year, as both an artist and producer.
The Album 'Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind' boosted George Strait's career into a whole new dimension which he continues to live in with great success year after year!