Jim Reeves signs his first professional baseball contract to play for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1942. He was signed to the... Read More.
An ABC-TV special, "The Grand Ole Opry At 50: A Nashville Celebration," was taped at the Grand Ole Opry House in 1975.... Read More.
Jimmie Rodgers records his best-selling record, "Waiting For A Train," plus "I'm Lonely And Blue" in Atlanta in 1928. Bill Monroe... Read More.
In 1963, Lefty Frizzell recorded "Saginaw, Michigan" at Nashville's Columbia Recording Studios after actor George Hamilton left the control room. Hamilton had... Read More.
Jimmie Rodgers recorded "Blue Yodel No. 4 (California Blues)" and "My Carolina Sunshine Girl" in Atlanta on October 20, 1928. Five years... Read More.
Brenda Lee headed to the Bradley Film & Recording Studio in Nashville on Oct 19, 1958 to record "Rockin' Around The Christmas... Read More.
Tennessee Ernie Ford recorded "Mule Train" in 1949 at Capitol's Melrose studios in Los Angeles. Merle Travis was there too. He mimicked the sound... Read More.
The Radio Corporation of America was formed in 1919. RCA becomes one of the most-storied labels in country music's history, representing such... Read More.
The Stanley Brothers--Ralph and Carter--perform together publicly for the first time in Bristol, VA in 1946. Conway Twitty records his... Read More.
Jim Reeves records "He'll Have To Go" during a morning session at RCA Studio B in Nashville in 1959. He returned that... Read More.
The Carter Family holds its final recording session in New York City in 1941. Tammy Wynette gets her first #1 single... Read More.