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Hank Williams Takes His Final Bow – Today In Country Music History [VIDEO]

December 19th, 1952

Hank Williams gave his final performance, at the Skyline Club in Austin, Texas. (more…)


Brad Paisley - Alcohol (song)
 
 

Brad Paisley’s “Alcohol” was named Country Song of the Year by Rolling Stone magazine.

 

Gary Allan collects a gold album for Tough All Over. The album featured two singles: "Best I Ever Had" (#7) and "Life Ain't Always Beautiful" (#4).

 
Reba McEntire - Its Your Call
 
 

Reba McEntire’s album It’s Your Call was certified triple platinum. It included the title track (#5), “Take It Back” (#5) and “The Heart Won’t Lie” (#1), a duet with Vince Gill.

 

Garth Brooks’ album Ropin’ The Wind was certified multi-platinum for sales of 5 million copies. It featured the singles “Papa Loved Mama” (#3), “The River” (#1) “Shameless” (#1), “Rodeo” (#3) and “What She’s Doin’ Now” (#1).

The album has since been certified multi-platinum for sales of over 17 million copies.

 
Headshot of Johnny Cash Singing
 
 

Johnny Cash has open heart surgery at Nashville's Baptist Hospital, one week after Waylon Jennings had similar surgery at the same location

 
Johnny Paycheck
 
 

Singer Johnny Paycheck shoots Larry Wise at the North High Lounge in Hillsboro, Ohio, after Wise asked if he'd ever eaten turtle meat. Paycheck was sentenced to two years in jail for the incident.

 
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#1 On This Date

 
 

SINGLES

2010 – Rascal Flatts – “Why Wait

2004 – Tim McGraw – “Back When

1999 – Clint Black & Lisa Hartman-Black – “When I Say I Do

1993 – Doug Supernaw – “I Don’t Call Him Daddy

1982 – Earl Thomas Conley – “Somewhere Between Right And Wrong

1976 – Johnny Duncan – “Thinkin’ Of A Rondevous

1971 – Charley Pride – “Kiss An Angel Good Morning

1965 – Eddy Arnold – “Make The World Go Away

1961 – Leroy Van Dyke – “Walk On By

1954 – Webb Pierce – “More And More

1948 – Jimmy Wakely – “One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)

 

 

ALBUMS

2009 – Taylor Swift – Fearless

1998 – Garth Brooks – Double Live

1992 – Garth Brooks – The Chase

1987 – Randy Travis – Always & Forever

1981 – Willie Nelson – Greatest Hits (And Some That Will Be)

1970 – Johnny Cash – The Johnny Cash Show

1964 – Buck Owens – Together Again

 
Birthday Cake

Birthdays

 
 

Grand Ole Opry star Little Jimmy Dickens is 94.

John McEuen (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) is 69.

Singer Janie Fricke is 67.

 

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