The Coward Of The County Kicks Butt This Day In Country Music – January 30th (Video)
2011 – Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher make a surprise appearance during Brad Paisley’s concert at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, joining Paisley, Darius Rucker and Jerrod Niemann on the show-closer “Alcohol”.
2006 – I’ll drink to that: Toby Keith collects a gold single for “Whiskey Girl”.
2004 – CMT premieres Keith Urban’s “You’ll Think Of Me” video.
2000 – Faith Hill performs the national anthem at Super Bowl XXXIV at Atlanta’s Georgia Dome. The St. Louis Rams beat the Tennessee Titans, 23-16.
1994 – The Judds sing “Love Can Build A Bridge” during a “Rockin’ Country” halftime show at the Super Bowl that features Clint Black, Travis Tritt and Tanya Tucker. The Dallas Cowboys beat the Buffalo Bills, 30-13, at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
1988 – Kathy Mattea collects her first #1 country single in Billboard with “Goin’ Gone”.
1985 – Randy Travis records four songs in his first recording session for Warner Bros. Among them is “Prairie Rose,” destined for the soundtrack to “Rustler’s Rhapsody,” and “On The Other Hand”.
1981 – Kenny Rogers takes four American Music Awards, including favorite country single, for “Coward Of The County,” and country album, for “The Gambler.” Other winners include: Barbara Mandrell, The Statler Brothers and The Eagles.
1972 – Grammy voters shower Kris Kristofferson with five nominations as a songwriter for three songs: “Help Me Make It Through The Night,” “Me And Bobby McGee” and “For The Good Times.” Four artists are also nominated for performances of Kristofferson tunes.
1970 – Tammy Cochran born in Austinburg, Ohio. The traditionally minded singer nets a hit in 2001 with “Angels In Waiting,” written about two older brothers who died from cystic fibrosis.