This Day In Country Music History – March 14th
On this day in 2010, Justin Moore had one of his guitars stolen during a show in Royal Oak, Michigan and it was never returned… just a few weeks ago, Justin returned to the same town and his bus caught fire.
Today in 2002, Tim Mcgraw topped the Billboard chart for the 16th time in his career with “The Cowboy In Me”.
“You Can’t Make A Heart Love Somebody” by George Strait was the #1 song in the nation in 1995.
And on this day in 1972, Merle Haggard was granted a full pardon by California governor Ronald Reagan.