This Date in Country Music History – April 14th

 Posted by at 6:55 am on April 14, 2017
Apr 142017
 

 

  • 2015 – Reba McEntire released her album Love Somebody
  • 2015 – Dwight Yoakam released his album Second Hand Heart
  • 2014 – Tim McGraw released his duet w/ Faith Hill “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s”
  • 2014 – Brad Paisley released his single “River Bank”
  • 2007 – Tim McGraw topped the charts with “Last Dollar (Fly Away)”
  • 1998 – The Dixie Chicks released their single “There’s Your Trouble”
  • 1990 – Lorrie Morgan topped the charts with “Five Minutes”
  • 1986 – Alabama won Entertainer of the Year at the ACM Awards for a record 5th year in a row
  • 1980 – George Jones released his signature hit “He Stopped Loving Her Today”
  • 1979 – Barbara Mandrell topped the charts with “(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want Be Right”

This Date in Country Music History – April 13th

 Posted by at 7:32 am on April 13, 2017
Apr 132017
 
Bill Anderson

Bill Anderson

  • 2012 – Jana Kramer made her Grand Ole Opry debut
  • 2010 – Laura Bell Bundy released her album Achin’ and Shakin’
  • 1999 – Andy Griggs released his debut album You Won’t Ever Be Lonely
  • 1996 – Lonestar scored their first career #1 hit with “No News”
  • 1991 – Alabama topped the charts for the first of 3 weeks with “Down Home”
  • 1963 – Bill Anderson topped the charts with “Still”
  • 1959 – George Jones scored his first career #1 hit with “White Lightning”

This Date in Country Music History – April 12th

 Posted by at 7:38 am on April 12, 2017
Apr 122017
 

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  • 2016 – John Fogerty made his Grand Ole Opry debut
  • 2010 – Zac Brown Band released their single “Free”
  • 1999 – Boxcar Willie passed away in Bronson, MO
  • 1989 – Garth Brooks released his self-titled debut album

This Date in Country Music History – April 11th

 Posted by at 7:08 am on April 11, 2017
Apr 112017
 

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  • 2006 – Kenny Chesney released his single “Summertime”
  • 2006 – Toby Keith released his album White Trash With Money
  • 1992 – Wynonna scored her first career #1 hit as a solo artist with “She Is His Only Need”
  • 1981 – The David Frizzell & Shelly West duet “You’re The Reason God Make Oklahoma” topped the charts
  • 1953 – Hank Williams topped the charts with “You’re Cheatin’ Heart”

This Date in Country Music History – April 10th

 Posted by at 6:09 am on April 10, 2017
Apr 102017
 
Vince Gill

Vince Gill

This Date in Country Music History – April 9th

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This Date in Country Music History – April 8th

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Apr 082017
 

 

 

This Date in Country Music History – April 7th

 Posted by at 6:51 am on April 7, 2017
Apr 072017
 

 

This Date in Country Music History – April 6th

 Posted by at 6:36 am on April 6, 2017
Apr 062017
 
Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks

  • 2016 – Merle Haggard passed away after battling pneumonia
  • 2015 – Steven Tyler signed a country recording contract with Big Machine
  • 2009 – Kenny Chesney released his single “Out Last Night”
  • 2007 – Luke Bryan made his Grand Ole Opry debut
  • 2004 – Blue County released their self-titled debut album
  • 1999 – Montgomery Gentry released their debut album Tattoos & Scars
  • 1998 – Tammy Wynette died in Nashville from a blood clot in her lung
  • 1996 – Wynonna topped the charts with “To Be Loved By You”
  • 1991 – Garth Brooks topped the charts with “Two of a Kind, Workin’ on a Full House”
  • 1990 – George Strait released his single “Love Without End, Amen”

This Date in Country Music History – April 5th

 Posted by at 6:08 am on April 5, 2017
Apr 052017
 

 

  • 2017 – The Country Music Hall of Fame announced the Class of 2017 as Don Schlitz, Jerry Reed, and Alan Jackson
  • 2011 – Craig Campbell released his self-titled debut album
  • 2010 – Blake Shelton released his single “All About Tonight”
  • 2008 – Kid Rock released his single “All Summer Long”
  • 2003 – Darryl Worley topped the charts for the first of 7 weeks with “Have You Forgotten?”
  • 1997 – Trace Adkins scored his first career #1 hit with “(This Ain’t) No Thinkin’ Thing”
  • 1994 – Country Weekly made it’s debut on newsstands

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