2011 – Stoney Creek releases Thompson Square's self-titled debut album.


2009 - Robert Plant & Alison Krauss win five trophies in the 51st Grammy Awards at the Staples Center: Album of the Year and Contemporary Folk/Americana Album, for "Raising Sand"; Record of the Year, "Please Read The Letter"; Pop Collaboration, "Rich Woman"; and Country Collaboration, "Killing The Blues".


2006 - Alison Krauss + Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas win three trophies during the 48th annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles: Best Country Album, for "Lonely Runs Both Ways"; Best Country Vocal by a Duo or Group, "Restless"; and Best Country Instrumental, "Unionhouse Branch".


2005 - MCA releases Lee Ann Womack's "There's More Where That Came From" album.


2004 - Alison Krauss wins three times during the 46th annual Grammy Awards at Los Angeles' Staples Center. "Alison Krauss + Union Station - Live" wins Best Bluegrass Album, the track "Cluck Old Hen" takes Best Country Instrumental Performance, and she shares Best Country Collaboration with James Taylor, for "How's The World Treating You".


2002 - Jo Dee Messina notches her second platinum album, for "Burn".


1997 - Mark Chesnutt makes a timely appearance at the top of the Billboard country chart with "It's A Little Too Late".


1996 - Travis Tritt proposes to Theresa Nelson at home near Marietta, Georgia, a year after they first met. He gets down on one knee and offers a six carat diamond.


1960 - Jim Reeves registers a #1 country single in Billboard magazine with "He'll Have To Go".


1948 - Dan Seals born in McCamey, Texas. After establishing a pop career as one-half of England Dan & John Ford Coley, he becomes a consistent presence in the 1980s, behind "Bop," "You Still Move Me" and "Big Wheels In The Moonlight".