On This Day
Waylon Jennings was one of the most influential country music artists of his time. He was known for his unique sound and style, which was a departure from the traditional country music of the era. On March 10th 1985, Jennings released his album “Will the Wolf Survive” on MCA Records, which became his sixth country […]
In 2008, Taylor Swift’s eponymous debut studio album Fearless topped the US Country music album chart, holding the #1 spot for twenty-four non-consecutive weeks. The album was released on November 11, 2008, and was Swift’s second studio album overall, following her self-titled debut album from the previous year. Fearless included hit singles such as “Love […]
On March 8th, 2010, Miranda Lambert unveiled “The House That Built Me” as the third single from her album “Revolution.” Although initially intended for Blake Shelton to record, Lambert was captivated by the song and decided to record it herself. The single achieved significant success, reaching the top spot on the US Hot Country Songs […]
he Nashville Network (TNN) launched on March 7, 1983, and quickly became a major player in the country music world. The cable network, which was owned by WSM Inc. (the company behind Nashville’s legendary WSM radio station), was dedicated to programming related to country music and Southern culture. TNN’s programming included a mix of […]
Dolly Parton’s 1972 album “Touch Your Woman” was a landmark release in the country music world. The album, which featured ten tracks, showcased Parton’s versatility as a songwriter and performer. The title track, “Touch Your Woman,” was a departure from the traditional country sound of the time, incorporating elements of rock and pop. The song […]
On March 3, 1994 John Michael Montgomery album Kickin’ It Up became at #1 on the US Country music album chart! This was Montgomery’s second album. Country hit singles that came from Kickin’ It Up was “I Swear,” “Rope the Moon,” “Be My Baby Tonight” and “If You’ve Got Love.”
On this day March 2, 1997 Shania Twain released the album Come On Over. Come On Over became the best-selling album in country music by a female act! This was Shania’s third studio album and it debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Come On Over continued to sit there at #1 for […]
On This Day March 1, 2005 Nelly featuring Tim McGraw were at #1 with “Over And Over” on the singles chart in the UK. This was Tim McGraws first and third #1 for Nelly. Check out “Over And Over” Official Music video below!
On This Day February 28th, 1992 Garth Brooks Was #1 On The Country Charts! Brooks’ song “What She’s Doing Now” was his third single from his album Ropin’ the Wind which premiered on December 1991. It spent four weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
On February 27th, 1989 Dwight Yoakam was at #1 on the Country charts with “I Sang Dixie”. This song came from the album Buenas Noches from a Lonely Room. “I Sang Dixie” was the second single from Dwight’s album. Listen to Dwight Yoakam perform “I Sang Dixie” below! o