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Meet Private Malone This Day in Country Music – July 9th (Video)

A song that stands the test of time is what all songwriters strive for.  Wood Newton and Thom Shepherd created that song and David Ball brought it to fans.

2011 – Shocking her band mates, Cheyenne Kimball quits Gloriana via Twitter following a concert at the Franklin County Fair in Union, Missouri.

 

2010 – A “CMT Crossroads” episode featuring Kenny Chesney and Steve Miller debuts. The set list includes “I Go Back,” “Rock N’ Me” and “Living In Fast Forward”.

 

2004 – Wynonna and the rock band Heart team up in an installment of “CMT Crossroads,” hosted by Radney Foster.

 

2001 – The Country Music Association unveils 12 Hall of Fame honorees: Bill Anderson, Waylon Jennings, Sam Phillips, The Louvin Brothers, The Delmore Brothers, The Jordanaires, Webb Pierce, Don Gibson, The Everly Brothers, Don Law, Ken Nelson and Homer & Jethro.

 

1991 – Roy Acuff is one of 12 recipients of the National Medal of Arts at a White House ceremony hosted by President George Bush.

 

1983 – Ricky Skaggs rides to #1 in Billboard with “Highway 40 Blues”.

 

1978 – Fiddler Pat Allingham born in Beaverlodge, Alberta. He becomes a member of the Canadian sextet Emerson Drive, which makes its American debut in 2002, with the single “I Should Be Sleeping”.

 

1954 – Elvis Presley records Bill Monroe’s “Blue Moon Of Kentucky” for Sun Records in Memphis.

 

1953 – David Ball born in Rock Hill, South Carolina. He scores one of 1994′s biggest hits with his semi-novelty “Thinkin’ Problem,” returning to hitmaker status in 2001 with “Riding With Private Malone”.

1929 – Mandolin player Jesse McReynolds born in Carfax, Virginia. He joins his brother to form Jim & Jesse, a bluegrass act that begins recording in 1951, and joins the Grand Ole Opry in 1964.

 

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