This Date in Country Music History – September 16th

 Posted by at 7:00 am on September 16, 2017
Sep 162017
 
  • 2014 – Tim McGraw released his album Sundown Heaven Town
  • 2008 – Darius Rucker released his debut country album Learn to Live
  • 2003 – Sugarland, then a trio, signed with Mercury Records
  • 2003 – Patty Loveless released her album On Your Way Home
  • 2000 – Trisha Yearwood was induced into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame
  • 2000 – Jo Dee Messina scored a #1 hit with “That’s The Way”
  • 1995 – Tim McGraw topped the charts for the first of 5 weeks with “I Like It, I Love It”
  • 1982 – George Strait released his single “Marina Del Ray”
  • 1948 – Little Jimmy Dickens signed his first recording contract with Columbia Records

This Date in Country Music History – September 15th

 Posted by at 7:06 am on September 15, 2017
Sep 152017
 
  • 2015 – Florida Georgia Line received platinum certification for their singles “Sun Daze” and “Anything Goes”
  • 2014 – Eric Church released his single “Talladega”
  • 2003 – Miranda Lambert signed her recording contract with Epic Records
  • 2001 – Toby Keith scored a #1 hit with “I’m Just Talkin’ About Tonight”
  • 1997 – Lila McCann released her single “I Wanna Fall In Love”
  • 1992 – George Strait released the soundtrack album for the movie Pure Country

This Date in Country Music History – September 14th

 Posted by at 7:01 am on September 14, 2017
Sep 142017
 

 

  • 2016 – Luke Bryan’s single “Kick the Dust Up” was certified platinum
  • 2010 – Hunter Hayes signed his recording deal with Atlantic Records
  • 2002 – Tim McGraw scored a #1 hit with “Unbroken”
  • 1999 – Martina McBride released her album Emotion
  • 1996 – Mindy McCready scored a #1 hit with “Guys Do It All The Time”
  • 1993 – Vince Gill released his first Christmas album, Let There Be Peace On Earth
  • 1993 – Martina McBride released her album The Way That I Am
  • 1990 – Alan Jackson released his single “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow”
  • 1979 – Kenny Rogers received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

 

This Date in Country Music History – September 13th

 Posted by at 7:00 am on September 13, 2017
Sep 132017
 

 

  • 2014 – Brad Paisley’s album Moonshine in the Trunk topped the Billboard Country Album Chart
  • 2011 – Lady Antebellum released their album Own The Night
  • 2010 – Keith Urban released his single “Put You In A Song”
  • 2006 – Kellie Pickler released her debut single “Red High Heels”
  • 1999 – Tracy Byrd released his single “Put Your Hand In Mind”
  • 1986 – Reba McEntire scored a #1 hit with “Little Rock”
  • 1952 – Webb Pierce made his Grand Ole Opry debut

This Date in Country Music History – September 12th

 Posted by at 6:55 am on September 12, 2017
Sep 122017
 
  • 2003 – The legendary Johnny Cash passed away in Nashville
  • 1998 – Vince Gill made his 100th appearance on the Grand Ole Opry
  • 1998 – Brooks & Dunn scored a #1 hit with “How Long Gone”
  • 1995 – George Strait released his 4-disc boxed set Strait Out of the Box
  • 1995 – Blackhawk released their album Strong Enough
  • 1995 – Clay Walker released his single “Who Needs You Baby”
  • 1986 – Alabama released their single “Touch Me When We’re Dancing”

This Date In Country Music History – September 11th

 Posted by at 6:08 am on September 11, 2017
Sep 112017
 

 

  • 2015 – Brett Eldredge released his album Illinois
  • 2012 – Little Big Town released their album Tornado
  • 2012 – Kix Brooks released his album New To This Town
  • 2007 – Kenny Chesney released his album Just Who I Am:  Poets and Pirates
  • 2004 – Terri Clark scored a #1 hit with “Girls Lie Too”
  • 1999 – Chely Wright scored a #1 hit with “Single White Female”

This Date in Country Music History – September 10th

 Posted by at 6:58 am on September 10, 2017
Sep 102017
 
  • 2016 – Dolly Parton scored a #1 country album with Pure & Simple
  • 2015 – Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood were inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame
  • 2013 – Keith Urban released his album Fuse
  • 2013 – Sheryl Crow released her debut country album, Feels Like Home
  • 2012 – Kenny Chesney released his single “El Cerrito Place”
  • 2002 – Aaron Tippin released his Stars & Stripes album
  • 2002 – Rebecca Lynn Howard released her album Forgive
  • 1994 – Trisha Yearwood topped the charts with her hit “XXX’s and OOO’s (An American Girl)”
  • 1992 – George Jones released his single “I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair”

This Date in Country Music History – September 9th

 Posted by at 7:31 am on September 9, 2017
Sep 092017
 
  • 2014 – Lee Brice released his album I Don’t Dance
  • 2014 – Dustin Lynch released his album Where It’s At
  • 2008 – Jessica Simpson released her debut country album Do You Know
  • 2006 – The Wreckers topped the charts with their single “Leave the Pieces”
  • 2003 – Clay Walker released his album A Few Questions
  • 1995 – Bryan White scored a #1 hit with “Someone Else’s Star”
  • 1989 – Keith Whitley scored a #1 hit with “I Wonder Do You Think of Me”
  • 1978 – Waylon Jennings scored a #1 hit with “I’ve Always Been Crazy” – it stayed at #1 for 3 weeks
  • 1957 – Jerry Lee Lewis scored a #1 hit with “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On”

This Date In Country Music History – September 8th

 Posted by at 7:37 am on September 8, 2017
Sep 082017
 
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  • 2017 – Country Music Hall of Famer Don Williams passed away
  • 2017 – Grand Ole Opry member Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry tragically passed away after being involved in a helicopter crash
  • 1998 – George Strait released his single “We Really Shouldn’t Be Doing This”
  • 1990 – Alabama topped the charts for the first of 3 weeks with “Jukebox In My Mind”
  • 1973 – Conway Twitty scored a #1 hit with “You’ve Never Been This Far Before”

This Date in Country Music History – September 7th

 Posted by at 7:46 am on September 7, 2017
Sep 072017
 

 

  • 2012 – Josh Turner’s single “Would You Go With Me” was certified platinum
  • 2012 – Hunter Hayes was inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame
  • 2004 – Alan Jackson released his album What I Do
  • 1991 – Brooks & Dunn scored their first career #1 hit with “Brand New Man”

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