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December 16

The Battle of the Bulge began on this date in 1944 in Europe. Future country star Hawkshaw Hawkins earned four stars for... Read More.

December 15

Gone With The Wind made its world premiere in Atlanta in 1939. Starring Clark Gable, the film is namechecked in the 1989... Read More.

December 14

Frank Sinatra sent a telegram to Tennessee Ernie Ford, congratulating him on Sixteen Tons in 1955. The “Chairman” commented, "It's... Read More.

December 13

Hank Williams performed on The Louisiana Hayride in 1952 in what turned out to be his final appearance on the... Read More.

December 12

Tennessee Ernie Ford was celebrated in a 1956 episode of NBC-TV's This Is Your Life. Jerry Lee Lewis secretly... Read More.

December 11

Inventor Guglielmo Marconi transmitted radio signals from London across the Atlantic Ocean for the first time in 1901. If you love listening... Read More.

December 10

The WSM Barn Dance officially became The Grand Ole Opry in 1927. Soul singer Sam Cooke was shot and... Read More.

December 9

Fiddler Tommy Jackson died in Nashville in 1979. One of the most influential musicians to play the instrument, he took part in... Read More.

December 8

The day after the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, Tommy Duncan announced his intention to leave Bob Wills' Texas Playboys to... Read More.

December 7

Marty Robbins recorded a remake of Elvis Presley's That's All Right during an evening session at Nashville's Castle Studio in... Read More.

December 6

Huddie Ledbetter died in New York City in 1949. Better known as Leadbelly, the blues pioneer made a mark in country music... Read More.

December 5

The movie Killers Three opened in 1968 with Merle Haggard playing a sheriff who gets killed by Dick Clark. The... Read More.