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Garth’s Last Curtain Call And Alabama Feels So Right This Day In Country Music – July 18th

2008 - Garth Brooks, clad in a Mets jersey, is a surprise guest at the final concert at New York's Shea Stadium, singing "Shameless" with the night's attraction, Billy Joel. Also making appearances: Steven Tyler, Roger Daltrey and Paul McCartney

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Fire Claims Nashville Legend Jack Clement’s Home and Studio

More than four decades of history went up in smoke on Saturday, when country music legend Cowboy Jack Clement lost his Nashville home in a blaze that also claimed his well-trafficked studio.

The 80-year-old Clement and his girlfriend escaped unharmed, along with their three cats and Clement’s guitar collection — including his prize possession, a 1951 Gibson J200 that was once scratched by Elvis Presley’s belt buckle. “I got my baby,” said Clement. “That guitar means more to me than the house.”

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Here For The Platinum Party! This Day In Country Music Histroy – June 21st

2004 - Gretchen Wilson's debut album, "Here For The Party," is certified gold and platinum simultaneously.

 

2003 - Johnny Cash makes his first public appearance since the funeral for his wife, June Carter. It'

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“Thelma & Louise” Had Country Music Roots? This Day In Country Music History – May 24th

2010 - Josh Turner scoops up a gold single for "Why Don't We Just Dance".

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A Bunch Of Babies This Day In Country Music – May 18th

2008 - Sugarland's "Stay" is a double-winner, claiming Single Record and Song of the Year during the 43rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards on CBS from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

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Reese Witherspoon & Joaquin Phoenix Go Platinum – This Day In Country Music History – May 17th

2010 - Republic Nashville releases The Band Perry's "If I Die Young" to radio.

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Carrie Underwood Meets The Opry, Willie Gets Caught Snoozing – This Day In Country Music History – May 10th

 
2008 - Carrie Underwood is inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, introduced by Garth Brooks. She performs "Last Name," "All-American Girl" and "Jesus, Take The Wheel," the latter with backing vocals by Vince Gill.

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This Day In Country Music History – March 30th

On this day in 2010, Alan Jackson released his long awaited 18th album, Freight Train, which he says he named after a track on the project… Jackson just returned from his first performances in  Australia.

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This Day In Country Music History – March 25th

On this day in 2010, Dolly Parton came to the defense of reality star Heidi Montag about her extreme makeover procedures… dolly told Access Hollywood, "oh, I would have probably done it when I was that age if i could have afforded it and thought i needed it."

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This Day In Country Music History – February 11th

On this day in 2010, Lady Antebellum's sophomore cd, Need You Now, earned the #1 spot on the Billboard top 200 chart for a second consecutive week … Lady A is the first country group to hold a multi-week #1 since the Dixie Chicks in 2006.

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New Country Music Releases – February 2011

Really?  The late Johnny Cash will be hitting the store shelves and internet with several new releases in February.  Our friends at Taste of Country have once again compiled which country singers, living or not, will have new product in the upcoming month.

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Five-Year-Old Sings Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues” [VIDEO]

What troubles this little kid has seen, we can only guess. But from the way he swears he's "heard that twain a'comin,'/ wollin' wound the bend," we can only guess they were adorable. Seriously, this video is so cute it hurts.

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