From #1 To Mugshot This Day in Country Music – September 14th (Video)
1996 – Mindy McCready makes the #1 position in Billboard with “Guys Do It All The Time”.
Not long after that her troubles with the law begin. Maybe this video gives some foreshadowing of what is to come for Mindy.
2010 – Mercury releases the two-disc Jamey Johnson album “The Guitar Song”.
2005 – Actress Renee Zellweger files for an annulment of her marriage to Kenny Chesney in Los Angeles, barely four months after the couple exchanged vows.
2004 – Toby Keith, Kenny Chesney, Gretchen Wilson and Martina McBride each receive double nominations for the American Music Awards.
1996 – Atlantic releases John Michael Montgomery’s first single, “Life’s A Dance”.
1979 – Kenny Rogers receives a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1978 – Danielle Peck born at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Raised in Ohio, she comes to prominence in 2006 with her self-titled debut album and her first Top 15 hit, “Findin’ A Good Man”.
1976 – Waylon Jennings garners six nominations and Willie Nelson picks up five as the Country Music Association announces the finalists for its annual awards in Nashville.
1959 – John Berry born in Aiken, South Carolina. The strong-voiced singer rises to prominence in 1994 with his Grammy-nominated “Your Love Amazes Me,” developing a short string of mostly cheery hits.
1956 – Singer-songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman born. Primarily a pop recording artist, she writes many country hits, including “This Kiss,” by Faith Hill; “Here We Are,” by Alabama; “Five Minutes,” by Lorrie Morgan; and “You Say You Will,” by Trisha Yearwood.
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