“I Will Always Love…” Dolly Parton, This Day In Country Music History – June 13th
2006 - Sugarland receives a gold single for "Just Might (Make Me Believe)".
2005 - "You'll Think Of Me" brings Keith Urban the first platinum single of his career, while "Somebody Like You" is certified gold.
2004 - Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" is proclaimed the #1 country ballad of all-time in the premiere of "CMT 100 Greatest Love Songs".
1989 - A week before the opening of the movie "Great Balls Of Fire," Jerry Lee Lewis receives a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
1987 - Randy Travis begins a three-week stay at #1 on the Billboard country chart with "Forever And Ever, Amen".
1981 - Dottie West's "What Are We Doin' In Love," featuring Kenny Rogers, appears at #1 on the Billboard country chart.
1980 - The movie "Roadie" opens, with cameo appearances by Roy Orbison, Asleep At The Wheel, Merle Kilgore, Ramblin' Jack Elliott and Hank Williams Jr. The soundtrack includes Eddie Rabbitt's "Drivin' My Life Away" and Blondie's version of "Ring Of Fire".
1978 - Singer-songwriter Jason Michael Carroll born in Houston, Texas. Raised in North Carolina, he debuts in 2006 with a growling, masculine vocal presence, applied to "Alyssa Lies" and "Livin' Our Love Song".
1973 - Dolly Parton records "I Will Always Love You" in a morning session at Nashville's RCA Studio B. She also records her own version of "Kentucky Gambler," destined to become a hit when it's recorded by Merle Haggard.
1952 - Hank Williams records "Jambalaya (On The Bayou)," "Settin' The Woods On Fire" and "I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive" at the Castle Studio in Nashville.