Jun 20, 1907 Jimmy Driftwood is born, with the given name James Morris, near Mountain View, Arkansas. Briefly a member of the Grand Ole Opry,... Read More.
May 20, 1933 Jimmie Rodgers records "Old Pal Of My Heart" and "The Yodeling Ranger" at the Victor Studios in New York during what amounts... Read More.
Apr 20, 1922: Frank "Hylo" Brown is born in River, Kentucky. The bluegrass singer, noted for his wide vocal range, signs with Capitol Records... Read More.
Mar 20, 1937 Jerry Reed is born in Atlanta, Georgia. With a rhythmic, fingerstyle guitar sound, he earns a Grammy award... Read More.
Tennessee Ernie Ford became the first country artist to receive a gold album from the Recording Industry Association of America, for his... Read More.
Jerry Lee Lewis made his Grand Ole Opry debut in 1973. He broke two promises that night: 1) He won't sing rock... Read More.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Lifetime, the exclusive home of movies inspired by books from best-selling author V.C. Andrews, premieres the next movie series event, centered on the Landry... Read More.
I'm Praying For The Day That Peace Will Come became the first Hank Williams title copyrighted by the U.S. government in 1943.
Jim Reeves recorded Welcome To My World in 1961 during the evening at Nashville's RCA Studio B. He also recorded... Read More.
Platinum selling, Billboard and ACM Award winner Jamie O’Neal celebrates the release of her new album Sometimes this Friday October 16, highlighting some of her famous friends and... 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.