Jamey Johnson’s Historic Release And Kenny Chesney Is Single Again This Day In Country Music – September 14th
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 – Mindy McCready makes the #1 position in Billboard with “Guys Do It All The Time”.
1992 – 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.