The Downfall of Mindy McCready Continues This Day in Country Music – January 14th (Video)
2010 - Mindy McCready suffers a seizure on camera at the close of the season's second episode of "Celebrity Rehab" on VH1.
2009 - Billy Currington earns a gold single for the Luke Bryan-penned "Good Directions".
2006 - "She Let Herself Go" goes to #1 on the Billboard country chart for George Strait.
2000 - Deana Carter's "Did I Shave My Legs For This?" hits the 5 million mark in shipments.
1995 - Tim McGraw's "Not A Moment Too Soon" claims the #1 position on the Billboard country chart.
1988 - The "Trio" album, by Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt & Emmylou Harris, receives a Grammy nomination for Best Album. Emmylou contributes to five nominations overall.
1986 - Reba McEntire joins the Grand Ole Opry during a CBS special celebrating the Opry's 60th anniversary. Hank Snow boycotts the special when producers limit him to one verse of "I'm Moving On".
1976 - Glen Campbell and "Rhinestone Cowboy" net four Grammy nominations, including Record of the Year.
1948 - T Bone Burnett is born in St. Louis, Missouri. An artist in his own right, he produces Robert Plant & Alison Krauss' "Raising Sand" album, the soundtracks to "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" and "Crazy Heart," and the music of ABC-TV's "Nashville".
1929 - Billy Walker is born in Ralls, Texas. Shuffling the #1 "Charlie's Shoes" among 16 Top 10 hits, he joins the Grand Ole Opry in 1960.
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