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Johnny Cash In 'Road To Nashville'
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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2003 The Man In Black's Final Ride

Johnny Cash holds his final session, recording "Engine One-Forty-Three" at the Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee.

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David Alan Coe
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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1974 The PERFECT Country & Western Song

David Allan Coe records "the perfect country & western song," "You Never Even Called Me By My Name," at Nashville's Columbia Studio A, namedropping Waylon Jennings, Charley Pride, Merle Haggard and songwriter Steve Goodman.

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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1950 Snow? It Was A 21 Week Blizzard...

Hank Snow begins an incredible run, spending the first of 21 weeks at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "I'm Moving On."

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Cactus Moser & Wynonna
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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2012 Cactus Moeser Injured In Motorcycle Accident

Highway 101 drummer Michael Scott "Cactus" Moser is injured when his motorcycle collides with an oncoming car near Hill City, South Dakota. His left leg is amputated as a result of the collision, but his life is safed by an off duty EMT who happened to be on site at the time of the accident.

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The Highwaymen reunite
Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images
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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1985 Original Country 'Supergroup' Takes The Highway To The Top Of The Charts

"Highwayman" appears at the top of the Billboard chart, teaming Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson, collectively 'The Highwaymen'.

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Elvis Fans Flock To Memphis For Anniversary Of The Kings Death
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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

1977 The King Is Gone...Long Live The King

Elvis Presley dies in his bathroom at Graceland Mansion in Memphis. The most significant pop artist of the 20th century, the beginning and end of his career are grounded in country music.

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Montgomery Gentry @ Keith Urban's Fourth Annual We're All For The Hall Benefit Concert
Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2006 Troy Gentry Pleads Innocent In Unbearable Case

Troy Gentry pleaded not guilty in Duluth, Minnesota, to charges of illegally tagging a bear that he killed in a three-acre, fenced area. The paperwork and a doctored videotape suggested it was a wild animal.

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Jo Dee Messina @ CMA Music Festival
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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2003 The Electricity Was Busted

When a power outage zaps the electricity for 50 million residents in the Northeast, Jo Dee Messina improvises with a 30-minute acoustic set at the Turning Stone Casino in Verona, New York.

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Sugarland @ 34th Annual Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards
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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2011 Tragedy Strikes The Indiana State Fair

As Sugarland prepared to take the stage, wind gusts from an approaching thunderstorm collapsed the stage's temporary roof structure, lighting and sound equipment at the Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis. Opening act Sara Bareilles had completed her performance just prior to the incident.

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Sugarland @34th Annual Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards
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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2009 Sugarland's Relationship With WalMart Brought Into Question

Kristian Bush of Sugarland visited independent music store Decatur CD in Georgia, after the owner criticized the duo for releasing Live On The Inside exclusively through Walmart. He delivered autographed merchandise for the owner to sell, but no albums.

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Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

2009 Brooks & Dunn Call It Quits

Saying that "it's just time," Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn announced that after the completion of their 'Last Rodeo' tour they would go their separate ways.

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1975 Bocephus Takes A Fall

Hank Williams Jr. has a near-fatal accident while mountain climbing in Montana. His head hits several jutting rocks as he falls 500 feet.

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