The Last Performance From The King This Day in Country Music – June 26th (Video)
2009 - Jason Aldean and Bryan Adams team up as an episode of "CMT Crossroads" debuts. The set list includes "She's Country," "Summer Of '69," "Run To You" and "Hicktown".
2009 - Josh and Jennifer Turner have a son, Colby Lynch Turner, in Nashville.
2007 - Billy Currington checks into Sierra Tucson in Arizona for a month-long trauma recovery program.
2001 - BNA releases Lonestar's "I'm Already There" album.
1992 - Columbia releases Mary Chapin Carpenter's "Come On, Come On" album.
1982 - "Barbara Mandrell And The Mandrell Sisters" makes its final prime time appearance, with guests Dolly Parton and John Schneider.
1982 - Marie Osmond marries her first husband, Stephen Craig, a former basketball star for Brigham Young University.
1977 - Elvis Presley performs what proves to be his final concert at Indianapolis' Market Square Arena. He becomes ill and is hospitalized overnight. His last song: "Can't Help Falling In Love".
1973 - Gretchen Wilson born in Granite City, Illinois. Her unapologetic debut single, "Redneck Woman," becomes a breakout hit, leading to instant country stardom and the Country Music Association's Horizon Award.
1953 - Bass player Ralph Ezell born in Union, Mississippi. As a member of Shenandoah, he plays a role in such hits as "The Church On Cumberland Road," "Janie Baker's Love Slave" and "Two Dozen Roses".