Music “On the Juice” This Day in Country Music – February 18th (Video)
1952 – Judy Kay “Juice” Newton is born at Lakehurst Naval Base, New Jersey. A distant descendent of Sir Isaac Newton, she earns pop/country crossover hits during the 1980s with “Queen Of Hearts,” “Angel Of The Morning” and “Break It To Me Gently”.
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2012 – Big & Rich and Gretchen Wilson ride in the Krewe of Endymion Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans.
2010 – Lady Antebellum collects a double-platinum single for “Need You Now”.
2007 – Six years after work began on the sitcom, “Reba” airs for the last time on the CW. Originally running on the WB, the series uses an alternate version of Reba McEntire’s “I’m A Survivor” as its theme song.
2004 – Montgomery Gentry’s “If You Ever Stop Loving Me” video debuts on CMT.
1997 – “Did I Shave My Legs For This?” brings Deana Carter a double-platinum album.
1995 – “My Kind Of Girl” escorts Collin Raye to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart.
1988 – Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner perform together for the first time since their 1974 breakup, while taping an episode of “Dolly!” at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House.
1977 – Sean Watkins is born in Vista, California. He joins Nickel Creek, a youthful bluegrass group that incorporates a wide range of influences, earning numerous Grammy nominations and a pair of gold albums.
1969 – Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan record “Girl From The North Country” at the Columbia Studio in Nashville for Dylan’s “Nashville Skyline” album. Among the unreleased performances are “T For Texas,” “That’s All Right” and “You Are My Sunshine”.
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