Keith Urban After “The Ranch” This Day in Country Music – September 29th (Video)
2000 – Having previously played the Grand Ole Opry as a member of The Ranch, Keith Urban makes his solo debut on the Opry.Here is Keith performing a song from “The Ranch” with the help of a young man from the crowd who holds his own!
2011 – John Rich and his wife, Joan, have a son, Colt Daniel Rich.
2009 – Columbia releases the Miranda Lambert album “Revolution”.
2005 – Kenny Chesney’s “Who You’d Be Today” video and Toby Keith’s “Big Blue Note” debut on CMT.
2004 – Randy Travis receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1996 – Buck Owens, Norro Wilson (“The Grand Tour”), Jerry Chesnut (“A Good Year For The Roses”) and Kenny O’Dell (“Behind Closed Doors”) join the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame during a ceremony at Loews Vanderbilt Plaza in Nashville.
1993 – Country Music Association awards co-host Vince Gill wins five trophies: Entertainer and Male Vocalist of the Year; Song and Album, for “I Still Believe In You”; and Vocal Event, for his role in George Jones’ “I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair” .
1973 – Guitarist Danick Dupelle born in Notre-Dame Perrot, Quebec. He joins the Alberta-based band Emerson Drive, which scores its first American hit in 2002 with “I Should Be Sleeping”.
1935 – Jerry Lee Lewis is born in Ferriday, Louisiana. The piano-pumping singer, nicknamed “the Killer,” gains early fame for his late-1950s, genre-busting recordings, but shifts into a strictly country career the following decade.
1907 – Gene Autry born in Tioga, Texas. Noted for his signature song “Back In The Saddle Again,” he becomes a recording artist, western movie star and, later, the owner of the California Angels baseball team. He enters the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1969.
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