This Date in Country Music History – February 8th

 Posted by at 7:15 am on February 8, 2018
Feb 082018
 

 

  • 2016 – Luke Bryan’s album Kill the Lights was certified platinum
  • 2011 – Thompson Square released their self-titled debut album
  • 2001 – Jo Dee Messina kicked off her first headlining tour with Rascal Flatts as her opener
  • 1997 – Mark Chesnutt topped the charts with “It’s A Little Too Late”
  • 1994 – Neal McCoy released his album No Doubt About It
  • 1993 – Toby Keith released his debut single “Should’ve Been a Cowboy”

Music Video: “She Ain’t In It” by Jon Pardi

 Posted by at 9:41 pm on February 7, 2018
Feb 072018
 
Jon Pardi

Jon Pardi

Check out the music video for Jon Pardi’s new single “She Ain’t In It”

This Date in Country Music History – February 7th

 Posted by at 6:47 am on February 7, 2018
Feb 072018
 
  • 2015 – Luke Bryan topped the charts for the first of two weeks with his single “I See You”
  • 2012 – Dierks Bentley released his album Home
  • 2004 – Alan Jackson scored a #1 hit with “Remember When”
  • 2003 – Jennifer Hanson made her Grand Ole Opry debut
  • 2000 – Brad Paisley released his single “Me Neither”
  • 1995 – Shania Twain released her album The Woman In Me
  • 1983 – The Oak Ridge Boys released their single “American Made”
  • 1981 – John Conlee became a member of the Grand Ole Opry
  • 1953 – Marty Robbins made his Grand Ole Opry debut

This Date in Country Music History – February 6th

 Posted by at 6:18 am on February 6, 2018
Feb 062018
 

 

  • 2017 – Keith Urban released his duet with Carrie Underwood titled “The Fighter”
  • 2014 – Garth Brooks performed on Jay Leno’s final Tonight Show
  • 2010 – Sammy Kershaw was announced as the newest member of the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame
  • 2007 – Jason Michael Carroll released his debut album Waitin’ in the Country
  • 2001 – Diamond Rio released their album One More Day
  • 1998 – Michael Peterson made his Grand Ole Opry debut
  • 1976 – Ronnie Milsap became a member of the Grand Ole Opry
  • 1971 – Dolly Parton scored her first career #1 hit with “Joshua”
  • 1960 – George Hamilton IV became a member of the Grand Ole Opry

This Date in Country Music History – February 5th

 Posted by at 7:39 am on February 5, 2018
Feb 052018
 

 

  • 2016 – Dan + Shay released their single “From The Ground Up”
  • 2013 – Tim McGraw released his album Two Lanes of Freedom
  • 2005 – Brad Paisley topped the charts with “Mud on the Tires”
  • 2001 – Montgomery Gentry released their single “She Couldn’t Change Me”
  • 2000 – The Dixie Chicks scored a #1 hit with “Cowboy Take Me Away”
  • 1994 – John Michael Montgomery topped the charts for the first of 4 weeks with “I Swear”
  • 1938 – Roy Acuff made his Grand Ole Opry debut

 

Music Video: “The Ones That Like Me” by Brantley Gilbert

 Posted by at 1:51 pm on February 4, 2018
Feb 042018
 

Brantley Gilbert

Music video for Brantley Gilbert’s new single “The Ones That Like Me”

This Date in Country Music History – February 4th

 Posted by at 7:25 am on February 4, 2018
Feb 042018
 

 

  • 2014 – Eric Paslay released his self-titled debut album
  • 2009 – Barbara Mandrell and Roy Clark were named the newest inductees to the Country Music Hall of Fame
  • 2008 – George Strait released his single “I Saw God Today”
  • 2008 – The Lost Trailers released their single “Holler Back”
  • 2003 – Blake Shelton released his album The Dreamer
  • 2002 – George Strait released his single “Living and Living Well”
  • 1999 – Freddy Fender received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • 1995 – Pam Tillis scored her first career #1 hit with “Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)”
  • 1991 – Alabama released their single “Down Home”

This Date in Country Music History – February 3rd

 Posted by at 6:18 am on February 3, 2018
Feb 032018
 

 

  • 2017 – Zac Brown Band released their single “My Old Man”
  • 2012 – The Kenny Chesney & Grace Potter duet, “You and Tequila,” was certified platinum
  • 2009 – Dierks Bentley released his album Feel That Fire
  • 1998 – Tracy Byrd released his single “I’m From The Country”
  • 1996 – Shania Twain scored a #1 hit with “(If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here!”

This Date in Country Music History – February 2nd

 Posted by at 7:25 am on February 2, 2018
Feb 022018
 
Steve Holy

Steve Holy

  • 2013 – The Henningsens made their Grand Ole Opry debut
  • 2002 – Steve Holy scored his first career #1 hit with “Good Morning Beautiful”
  • 1999 – Jessica Andrews released her debut single “I Will Be There For You”
  • 1995 – Tracy Byrd released his single “The Keeper of the Stars”
  • 1991 – Paul Overstreet topped the charts with “Daddy’s Come Around”
  • 1974 – Dolly Parton scored a #1 hit with “Jolene”
  • 1957 – Sonny James topped the charts with “Young Love”

This Date in Country Music History – February 1st

 Posted by at 7:23 am on February 1, 2018
Feb 012018
 

 

 

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