Hunter Hayes Rocks 200,000 at the Age of 5 This Day in Country Music – June 14th (Video)
1997 – Hank Williams Jr. welcomes a surprise guest, five-year-old Hunter Hayes, to play for 200,000 people at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth. Hayes lugs an accordion on stage to sing “Jambalaya (On The Bayou)”.
2011 – Alabama hosts Bama Rising, a benefit at Birmingham’s BJCC Arena that raises $2 million for tornado relief. Also on board: Brad Paisley, Sara Evans, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Darius Rucker, Jake Owen and David Nail.
2008 – Sara Evans marries sports radio host Jay Barker at a farm in Franklin, Tennessee. Songwriter Marcus Hummon sings “Bless The Broken Road” at the ceremony, where the guests include Sheryl Crow.
2003 – Josh Turner marries Jennifer Ford in northern Georgia.
2003 – Toby Keith and Willie Nelson team up at #1 in Billboard with “Beer For My Horses”.
1984 – Four days before the premiere of “Rhinestone,” Dolly Parton and co-star Sylvester Stallone receive stars in the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1983 – John Anderson nets a gold single, for “Swingin'”.
1977 – The Waylon Jennings album “Ol’ Waylon” is certified gold.
1975 – Linda Ronstadt’s remake of The Everly Brothers’ “When Will I Be Loved” tops the Billboard country chart.
1961 – Patsy Cline is seriously injured in a head-on collision in Nashville. Two passengers in the other car die, while Cline receives a dislocated hip and a cut across her forehead.
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