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December 28

Hank Williams gave his final performance, for 130 people at a holiday party for members of the Musicians' Union in Montgomery in... Read More.

December 27

Bob Luman died in Nashville from pneumonia in 1978. He developed a career that teetered between country and rockabilly, earning five hits... Read More.

December 26

A man threatening to kill Waylon Jennings broke into J.D.'s in Phoenix after hours and forced the Waylors to lie on the... Read More.

December 25

Riverboat captain Thomas Ryman, who funded construction of the Union Tabernacle, died in Nashville in 1904. After his passing, the building is... Read More.

December 24

Keith Whitley checked in at #1 on the Billboard country chart with When You Say Nothing At All in 1988.

December 23

Lefty Frizzell hit #1 on the Billboard country chart in 1950 with his debut single, If You've Got The Money I've Got... Read More.

December 22

Merle Haggard attempted to rob a restaurant in 1957, mistakenly believing it had closed. He was caught and ended up serving time... Read More.

December 21

Hank Williams recorded Cold, Cold Heart and Dear John during an evening session at the Castle Studio in... Read More.

December 20

I'm Praying For The Day That Peace Will Come became the first Hank Williams title copyrighted by the U.S. government in 1943.

December 19

Hank Williams gave his final public performance at Austin's Skyline Club in 1952. Justin Tubb was at that show where Williams admitted... Read More.

December 18

Bill Anderson recorded Still in 1962. It became a crossover hit for him reaching #1 on the country charts and... Read More.

December 17

Tennessee Ernie Ford's Sixteen Tons worked its way up to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart on this date in 1955.