This Date in Country Music History – June 27th

 Posted by at 7:25 am on June 27, 2017
Jun 272017
 

Music Video: “Amen” by Hunter Hayes

 Posted by at 9:48 pm on June 26, 2017
Jun 262017
 
Hunter Hayes

Hunter Hayes

Check out the music video for this new song called “Amen” by Hunter Hayes!

This Date in Country Music History – June 26th

 Posted by at 6:34 am on June 26, 2017
Jun 262017
 
Alan Jackson

Alan Jackson

  • 2012 – Chris Cagle released his album Back in the Saddle
  • 2007 – Lady Antebellum signed their record label deal with Capitol Records
  • 2001 – Lonestar released their album I’m Already There
  • 2000 – Brad Paisley released his single “We Danced”
  • 1989 – Alan Jackson signed his debut recording contract with Arista Records
  • 1963 – Ray Price released his classic hit “Make The World Go Away”

This Date in Country Music History – June 25th

 Posted by at 6:17 am on June 25, 2017
Jun 252017
 
Keith Urban

Keith Urban

  • 2016 – Maren Morris topped the country album charts with her debut album Hero
  • 2011 – Blake Shelton topped the charts for the first of 4 weeks with “Honey Bee”
  • 2006 – Keith Urban married Nicole Kidman in Australia
  • 1996 – Trace Adkins released his debut album Dreamin’ Out Loud

Music Video: “Bottle By My Bed” by Sunny Sweeney

 Posted by at 3:45 pm on June 24, 2017
Jun 242017
 
Sunny Sweeney

Sunny Sweeney

Check out this great new song from Sunny Sweeney titled “Bottle By My Bed.” Before you think, “oh just another drinking song,” think again. Watch the video below and you’ll learn she’s singing about a whole different kind of bottle.  Best of luck to Sunny and her husband in their efforts to have a baby!

Music Video: “Wacky Tobaccy” by Toby Keith

 Posted by at 3:37 pm on June 24, 2017
Jun 242017
 

Toby Keith is back with another “bus song,” which could be considered a sequel (or maybe a prequel) to “Weed With Willie.”  This one is called “Wacky Tobaccy” – here’s the video for it!

Music Video: “Body on Fire” by Maggie Rose

 Posted by at 3:24 pm on June 24, 2017
Jun 242017
 
Maggie Rose

Maggie Rose

Check out this sultry new song from Maggie Rose titled “Body on Fire”

This Date in Country Music History – June 24th

 Posted by at 7:56 am on June 24, 2017
Jun 242017
 
Billy Gilman

Billy Gilman

  • 2003 – Jimmy Wayne released his self-titled debut album
  • 2000 – Billy Gilman, then only 12 years old, made his Grand Ole Opry debut
  • 1997 – Toby Keith released his Dream Walkin’ album
  • 1995 – Tracy Lawrence scored a #1 hit with “Texas Tornado”
  • 1989 – Garth Brooks made his Grand Ole Opry debut
  • 1978 – The Oak Ridge Boys scored their first ever #1 hit with “I’ll Be True To You”
  • 1974 – Lynyrd Skynyrd released their iconic single “Sweet Home Alabama”

This Date in Country Music History – June 23rd

 Posted by at 7:42 am on June 23, 2017
Jun 232017
 
Tracy Lawrence

Tracy Lawrence

  • 2016 – Bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley passed away due to skin cancer
  • 2015 – Kacey Musgraves released her album Pageant Material
  • 2015 – Canaan Smith released his debut album Bronco
  • 2009 – Montgomery Gentry officially became members of the Grand Ole Opry
  • 2007 – Tracy Lawrence scored a #1 hit with “Find Out Who Your Friends Are”
  • 2001 – Lonestar scored a #1 hit with “Already There” that ended up topping the charts for 6 weeks
  • 1977 – Alabama released their debut single, “I Wanna Be With You Tonight”
  • 1956 – Ray Price scored a #1 hit with “Crazy Arms” that held the top spot for 20 weeks!
  • 1952 – Kitty Wells released her single “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels”

This Date in Country Music History – June 22nd

 Posted by at 6:09 am on June 22, 2017
Jun 222017
 
Montgomery Gentry

Montgomery Gentry

  • 2002 – George Strait scored a #1 hit with “Living And Living Well”
  • 1999 – Montgomery Gentry released their single “Lonely and Gone”
  • 1999 – The Dixie Chicks released their single “Ready to Run”
  • 1998 – George Strait released his single “True”
  • 1996 – Tracy Lawrence scored what would be a 3-week #1 hit with his song “Time Marches On”
  • 1993 – Mark Chesnutt released his Almost Goodbye album
  • 1991 – Garth Brooks scored a #1 hit with “The Thunder Rolls”
  • 1974 – Waylon Jennings scored his first career #1 hit with “This Time”
  • 1951 – Hank Williams released his iconic hit “Hey Good Lookin'”
  • 1897 – The balcony of the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN is completed to accommodate a Civil War Veterans Convention, earning it the name of the Confederate Gallery

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