When it comes to songs that, for me, stand the test of time Kris Kristofferson has written many.  One song in particular is always on my mp3 player.

2011 - Glen Campbell reveals in People magazine that he's been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Despite the issues it poses in remembering lyrics, he intends to launch a farewell concert tour in the fall.


2006 - Josh Turner's "Would You Go With Me" video debuts on CMT along with Brooks & Dunn's "Building Bridges," featuring vocal contributions by Vince Gill and Sheryl Crow.


2005 - Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill opens in Oklahoma City. The singer is on hand for an opening-day ribbon-cutting ceremony.


2002 - George Strait realizes a #1 single in Billboard with "Living And Living Well".


2001 - The city of New York celebrates Reba McEntire Day, as the singer closes her five-month run on Broadway in a production of "Annie Get Your Gun." Tom Wopat remains in the cast, while Crystal Bernard takes over McEntire's role.


1996 - With echoes of Bob Dylan and Hank Williams in the production and lyrics, Tracy Lawrence begins a three-week run at #1 in Billboard with "Time Marches On".


1995 - Shania Twain goes platinum for the first time in her career, with her album "The Woman In Me".


1991 - Garth Brooks and "The Thunder Rolls" take up the #1 position on the Billboard country chart.


1977 - Kenny Rogers takes in his first gold single, for "Lucille".


1974 - Waylon Jennings commands his first #1 single in Billboard with "This Time".


1951 - MGM releases Hank Williams' "Hey, Good Lookin'".


1936 - Kris Kristofferson born in Brownsville, Texas. He records the 1973 hit "Why Me," becomes a member of The Highwaymen, appears in numerous movies and writes such classics as "Help Me Make It Through The Night" and "For The Good Times," landing in the Country Music Hall of Fame