Feature Performers For The 2012 Bull Bash Release Their Debut Single This Day In Country Music – January 6th
2009 - Emblem Music Group releases
's debut single, "Wild At Heart".
2007 - Brad Paisley makes a move to #1 in the Billboard chart with "She's Everything".
2005 - Lee Ann Womack's "I May Hate Myself In The Morning" video, featuring Jack Ingram, debuts on CMT.
1998 - Trisha Yearwood and LeAnn Rimes are each nominated for the Grammy for best country vocal performance by a female for their versions of "How Do I Live." It's the first time in Grammy history that two renditions of the same song competed against each other.
1990 - Sawyer Brown lead singer Mark Miller marries makeup artist Lisa Knight, the sister of former "Brady Bunch" star Christopher Knight, in Los Angeles.
1983 - Rosanne Cash reels in her first gold album, for "Seven Year Ache".
1979 - Don Williams reaches #1 on the Billboard country chart with "Tulsa Time".
1958 - Jerry Lee Lewis sews up the #1 spot on the Billboard country chart with "Great Balls Of Fire".
1957 - Elvis Presley makes his final appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," singing seven songs: "Hound Dog," "Love Me Tender," "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again," "Heartbreak Hotel," "Peace In The Valley," "Too Much" and "Don't Be Cruel".
1924 - Earl Scruggs born in Flintville, North Carolina. The banjo player joins Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Boys, then forms a duo with Lester Flatt on the way to the Country Music Hall of Fame as one of bluegrass' significant early pillars.