This Date in Country Music History – October 21st

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This Date In Country Music History – October 20th

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Tim McGraw

Tim McGraw

  • 2016 – Little Big Town released their single “Better Man,” written by Taylor Swift
  • 2009 – Tim McGraw released his album Southern Voice
  • 1979 – Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers scored a #1 hit with “All The Gold In California”
  • 1958 – Ray Price scored a #1 hit with “City Lights”

This Date in Country Music History – October 19th

 Posted by at 7:49 am on October 19, 2017
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  • 2010 – Sugarland released their album The Incredible Machine
  • 2002 – Keith Urban topped the charts for the first of 6 weeks with his hit “Somebody Like You”
  • 1999 – Keith Urban released his self-titled debut solo album

This Date in Country Music History – October 18th

 Posted by at 6:21 am on October 18, 2017
Oct 182017
 

 

  • 2011 – Montgomery Gentry released their album Rebels on the Run
  • 2005 – Martina McBride released her album Timeless
  • 2005  – Billy Currington released his album Doin’ Somethin’ Right
  • 1997 – Deana Carter scored a #1 hit with “How Do I Get There”
  • 1994 – Mark Chesnutt released his single “Goin’ Through the Big D”
  • 1984 – Mickey Gilley is awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • 1980 – Don Williams scored a #1 hit with “I Believe In You”
  • 1968 – Bob Wills was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame
  • 1968 – Glen Campbell won the CMA Awards for Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist

This Date in Country Music History – October 17th

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This Date in Country Music History – October 16th

 Posted by at 6:24 am on October 16, 2017
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  • 2012 – Jason Aldean released his album Night Train
  • 2012 – Darius Rucker was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry
  • 2004 – Sara Evans scored a #1 hit with “Suds in the Bucket”
  • 1993 – Tracy Byrd made his Grand Ole Opry debut
  • 1993 – Clay Walker scored his first career #1 hit with “What’s It To You”
  • 1972 – Loretta Lynn became the first woman to win the CMA Entertainer of the Year award
  • 1961 – Patsy Cline‘s signature hit “Crazy” was released. It was written by Willie Nelson!

Video Roundup: Sunday, October 15th, 2017

 Posted by at 3:27 pm on October 15, 2017
Oct 152017
 
Maddie & Tae

Maddie & Tae

Here’s a collection of recent videos posted by country stars!

This Date in Country Music History – October 14th

 Posted by at 6:55 am on October 14, 2017
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This Date in Country Music History – October 13th

 Posted by at 7:56 am on October 13, 2017
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  • 2016 – Garth Brooks released his single “Baby, Let’s Lay Down and Dance”
  • 2001 – Alan Jackson scored a #1 hit with “Where I Come From”
  • 1998 – Chad Brock released his self-titled debut album
  • 1993 – Kenny Chesney released his debut single “Whatever It Takes”
  • 1989 – The Charlie Daniels Band released their album Simple Man
  • 1986 – Reba McEntire won the CMA Award for Entertainer of the Year
  • 1980 – George Jones won the CMA Award for Male Vocalist and Single of the Year for “He Stopped Loving Her Today”
  • 1975 – Minnie Pearl was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame
  • 1975 – Charlie Rich lit the envelope on fire when John Denver won the CMA Entertainer of the Year award

This Date in Country Music History – October 12th

 Posted by at 7:23 am on October 12, 2017
Oct 122017
 

 

  • 2010 – Darius Rucker released his album Charleson, SC 1966
  • 2010 – The Band Perry released their self-titled debut album
  • 1997 – The legendary John Denver died in a plane crash
  • 1996 – Trisha Yearwood scored a #1 hit with “Believe Me Baby (I Lied)”
  • 1993 – Faith Hill released her debut album Take Me As I Am
  • 1991 – Ricky Van Shelton topped the charts with “Keep It Between The Lines”
  • 1987 – Randy Travis wins CMA Awards for Male Vocalist, Album, and Single of the Year
  • 1985 – Marie Osmond and Dan Seals topped the charts with their duet “Meet Me In Montana”
  • 1984 – Mel McDaniel released his single “Baby’s Got Her Blue Jeans On”
  • 1981 – Barbara Mandrell won CMA Awards for Entertainer of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year
  • 1978 – Don Williams released his single “Tulsa Time”

 

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