Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning: Country Stars Remember 9/11
"Where were you when the world stopped turning that September day?"
28 Years Ago: Keith Whitley Hits No. 1 With ‘I Wonder Do You Think of Me’
Sept. 9, 1989, was a bittersweet day for friends and family of the late Keith Whitley.
38 Years Ago: Waylon Jennings’ ‘Greatest Hits’ Album Certified Platinum
On Sept. 7, 1979, Waylon Jennings' 'Greatest Hits' album was certified platinum, for sales in excess of one million units.
20 Years Ago: Kenny Chesney Scores First No. 1 Hit With ‘She’s Got It All’
On Aug. 30, 1997, Kenny Chesney scored his first No. 1 hit with the single "She's Got It All."
First Official Flyover for UCM by B-2 Bomber for Military Appreciation Day
The first official flyover for UCM, by the United States Air Force’s B-2 Stealth Bomber, is scheduled to take place during Military Appreciation day this Thursday (Aug 31).
14 Years Ago: Trace Adkins Is Inducted Into the Grand Ole Opry
On Aug. 23, 2003, Trace Adkins was officially inducted into the Grand Ole Opry.
48 Years Ago: Johnny Cash Earns No. 1 Hit With ‘A Boy Named Sue’
On Aug. 23, 1969, Johnny Cash earned a No. 1 hit with his song "A Boy Named Sue," from his 'At San Quentin' album.
5th annual ‘Classic Country Jamboree’ to Benefit SFCC Lake Campus
The Genuine Country Music Association (GCMA) will host the 5th annual 'Classic Country Jamboree' benefit at Tan-Tar-A Resort on October 22.