Country Music Memories: Willie Nelson Busted for Drug Possession
On Sept. 18, 2006, Nelson was arrested for possession of marijuana and narcotic mushrooms.
Country Music Memories: Rogers Earns Hollywood Walk of Fame Star
On Sept. 14, 1979, Rogers received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Country Music Memories: Taylor Swift + Kanye West's VMAs Moment
On Sept. 13, 2009, Swift's acceptance speech at the MTV Video Music Awards for "You Belong With Me" was infamously interrupted by Kanye West.
Country Music Memories: Jones Undergoes Triple Bypass Surgery
On Sept. 12, 1994, Jones had triple bypass surgery, on his 63rd birthday, at Baptist Hospital in Nashville, Tenn.
Country Music Memories: Terri Clark's 'Girls Lie Too' Hits No. 1
On Sept. 11, 2004, Clark earned her second No. 1 hit in the United States with her single "Girls Lie Too."
Country Music Memories: 'Single White Female' Goes to No. 1
On Sept. 11, 1999, Wright earned her first No. 1 single with "Single White Female," which was the title track of her sophomore album.
Country Music Memories: 'XXX's and OOO's' Goes to No. 1
On Sept. 10, 1994, Yearwood's single "XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl)" became her second No. 1 hit.
Country Music Memories: Keith Whitley Posthumously Hits No. 1
Sept. 9, 1989, was a bittersweet day for friends and family of the late Whitley.
Country Music Memories: Jennings' 'Greatest Hits' Goes Platinum
On Sept. 7, 1979, Jennings' 'Greatest Hits' album was certified platinum, for sales in excess of one million units.
Country Music Memories: Vince Gill Earns First No. 1 Hit
Gill earned his first No. 1 hit, "I Still Believe in You," on Sept. 5, 1992.
Country Music Memories: 'Big Green Tractor' Goes Gold
On Sept. 2, 2009, Aldean's single "Big Green Tractor," from his 'Wide Open' album, earned gold status.
Attend Our "Country Music" Screening in Warrensburg
KMOS-TV and Kix 105.7 have another opportunity for you to experience a preview of "Country Music" a film by Ken Burns.
Country Music Memories: 'Heartbreak Hotel' Remake Hits No. 1
On Sept. 1, 1979, Nelson and Russell hit the No. 1 spot with their remake of the Elvis Presley hit "Heartbreak Hotel."