Waylon Jennings records “Just To Satisfy You” and “Women Do Know How To Carry On” at Nashville’s Moman Studios in 1981. Willie Nelson would later add his voice to “Just to Satisfy You”
Barbara Mandrell’s first TV movie, “Burning Rage,” airs on CBS in 1984. She was recovering from a near-fatal auto accident at the time. Originally titled “Coal Fire,” the project’s cast also features Tom Wopat.
In 1990, the Internal Revenue Service places liens totalling $16.7 million on Willie Nelson’s property to guarantee that he pays $6.5 million in back taxes.
Garth Brooks’ “No Fences” becomes the first country album to reach the 11 million mark in certifications in 1994.
Hank Williams III makes his Grand Ole Opry debut in 1996, wearing a western shirt that had previously been worn by his legendary grandfather. He sings the Hank classics “Moanin’ The Blues” and “Lovesick Blues”
Ted Daffan is born in Beauregard Parish, Louisiana in 1912. The singer/songwriter rises to fame in the 1940s with songs like “Born To Lose” and “Worried Mind,” making him one of the original inductees in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970
Dickey Lee is born in Memphis in 1941. After a 1962 pop hit with “Patches,” he notches such ’70s country hits as “Rocky” and “9,999,999 Tears.” He also writes George Jones’ “She Thinks I Still Care,” George Strait’s “Let’s Fall To Pieces Together” and John Schneider’s “I’ve Been Around Enough To Know”
Kenneth Trebbe is born in Topeka, Kansas in 1952. Under the name Kenny Starr, he has a 1975 country hit with “The Blind Man In The Bleachers.” The song is simultaneously a pop hit for David Geddes
Faith Hill is born in Jackson, Mississippi in 1967. Following her 1993 debut “Wild One,” she becomes one of country’s most successful female singers, gaining major crossover hits with “This Kiss” and “Breathe.” She marries Tim McGraw in 1996.