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One Last Time For Hank Williams – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1952   One Last Time In The Studio For Hank Williams

Hank Williams records "Take These Chains From My Heart," "Kaw-liga" and "Your Cheatin' Heart" during what proves to be his final recording session, at the Castle Studio in Nashville's Tulane Hotel.

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Garth & Merle @ 49th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards
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Brooks & Brooks & Dunn – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images1998...Brooks & Brooks & Dunn Are The Big Winners

History was made at the 32nd Annual Country Music Association Awards when Garth Brooks won his fourth Entertainer of the Year award. Brooks & Dunn won their seventh straight Vocal Duo of the Year trophy and the Dix

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Nothing Is Certain Except Death, Taxes And Willie Nelson – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1990  Nothing Is Certain Except Death, Taxes And Willie

The Internal Revenue Service places liens totalling $16.7 million on Willie Nelson's property to guarantee that he pays $6.5 million in back taxes.

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Gram Parsons’ Body Stolen & Cremated – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1976   Rest In Peace...Eventually

A day after country-rocker Gram Parsons died, his body is stolen during transfer at the Los Angeles International Airport, then taken to Joshua Tree, where it is burned, in accordance with his request.

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Strait Goes Platonium – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1996   The King Goes Platonium

George Strait saw seven albums achieve platinum or multi-platinum status. George’s Greatest Hits Volume 2 went triple platinum while Ocean Front Property went double platinum and his albums #7, Something Special, Ten Strait Hits and Holding My Own were all certified platinum.

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“Hillibilly” City Music Hall – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1947  Country Was Going Country Wide

New York’s Carnegie Hall hosted its first country concert with Ernest Tubb and Roy Acuff as headliners, featuring Minnie Pearl, George D. Hay and Rosalie Allen. Tickets ranged from $1.20-$3.60.

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Hank Williams Immortalized By Hall Of Fame – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1998  The Legend Immortalized

The Country Music Hall of Fame unveils a bronze statue of the late Hank Williams on the 75th anniversary of the singer's birth. At the ceremony are his children, Hank  Jr. and Jett, who meet for the first time.

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Bluegrass Is Born – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1946  And Bluegrass Was Born

Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs record for the first time with Bill Monroe in Columbia Records' Chicago studio.

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Garth Brooks @ 51st Annual ASCAP Country Music Award
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Garth Debuts At #1 – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2007 Garth Becomes First Artist To Debut At #1

Garth Brooks' "More Than A Memory" becomes the first song to debut at #1 on not only Billboard's country singles list, but on any Billboard chart regardless of genre.

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Chesney – Zellweger Marriage Ends – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2006  Kenny, I Hardly Knew Ye

Actress Renee Zellweger files for an annulment of her marriage to Kenny Chesney in Los Angeles, barely four months after the couple exchanged vows.

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Taylor Swift @ Brit Awards 2013
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Kanye West Slams Taylor Swift – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2009   Kanye West Deserved A Swift Kick In The....

Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me" wins Best Female Video during the MTV Video Music Awards. Rapper Kanye West interrupts her acceptance speech at New York's Radio City Music Hall to insist that Beyonce should have won.

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Johnny Cash Fades To Black – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2003  The Man In Black Moves On

Johnny Cash dies at Nashville's Baptist Hospital, of complications from diabetes, four months after the death of his wife, June Carter.

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