Aldean Goes Gold, McGraw Sees Red And Garth Joins The Big “O” This Day In Country Music History – June 24th
2009 – Jason Aldean picks up a gold album for “Wide Open”.
2008 – Tim McGraw pulls a fan on stage while performing “Indian Outlaw” at the White River Amphitheater in Auburn, Washington, kicking him out of the concert for allegedly attacking a female fan. Camera-phone footage is spread across the Internet.
2007 – Reba McEntire and pop singer Kelly Clarkson team up on “Because Of You” and “Why Haven’t I Heard From You” as a new edition of “CMT Crossroads” makes its cable debut.
2003 – DreamWorks releases Jimmy Wayne’s self-titled debut album.
2000 – The Dixie Chicks’ Natalie Maines marries actor Adrian Pasdar at A Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas following a Chicks concert. To celebrate, the couple hits the casinos and wins $740.
1995 – Tracy Lawrence blows into #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with “Texas Tornado”.
1989 – Garth Brooks makes his Grand Ole Opry debut.
1989 – Rosanne Cash tops the Billboard country chart with a remake of The Beatles’ “I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party”.
1982 – John Anderson has the last recording session in historic Columbia Studio B, recording Lefty Frizzell’s “The Long Black Veil”.
1978 – The Oak Ridge Boys claim their first #1 country single with “I’ll Be True To You”.
1964 – Connie Smith signs with RCA Records.