May 29th: On This Day

On this day in 2004, George Strait, Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett co-headlined a rare country music stadium date at Texas Stadium in Irving. The concert was recorded and then released three years later under…

May 28th: On This Day

On this day in 1994, Tim McGraw collected his first #1 single in Billboard with "Don't Take The Girl". The song would stay on top of the charts for two straight weeks. Listen to the…

May 27th: On This Day

Today in 2010, Kenny Rogers was honored by the National Music Council at its 29th annual American Eagle Awards Luncheon at New York's Hard Rock Cafe. Kenny was chosen as a winner of the award…

May 26th: On This Day

Today in 2010, Randy Houser and Little Jimmy Dickens led a Nashville delegation to the new Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport on Southwest Airlines' inaugural flight from Nashville.

May 22nd: On This Day

In 2002, the ACM Awards were presented in Los Angeles. The event handed awards out to Alan Jackson for Top Male Vocalist, and Brooks & Dunn for Entertainer of the Year.

May 21st: On This Day

Today in 2011, Carrie Underwood became the top-earning contestant in the history of American Idol. According to Billboard, Underwood passed Kelly Clarkson, selling over 12 million albums and 18 million digital tracks since her debut…

May 20th: On This Day

On this day in 1973, Tanya Tucker scored her very first #1 hit with "What's Your Mama's Name?". The song stayed at number one for a single week and spent a total of fourteen weeks…

May 19th: On This Day

On this day in 1965, Roger Miller's "King Of The Road" was certified gold. The song won a Grammy for Best Single, Song, and Male Voal Performance. Check it out here!

May 18th: On This Day

On this day in 1952, the King of Country Music, George Strait, was born in Poteet, Texas, to John Byron Strait, Sr. and the former Doris Couser. George Strait got his big break in 1981,…

May 15th: On This Day

On this day in 1972, Glen Campbell's greatest hits album was certified gold. Among the hits on the project was Glen's three-week chart topper "Galveston." Check it out here!


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