Saturday, June 10, 2017

Today in Country Music History...June 10, 2017



2015
Carrie Underwood wins three trophies during the CMT Music Awards at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. "Something In The Water" takes Video and Female Video of the Year. Her Miranda Lambert duet, "Somethin' Bad," earns Collaborative Video

2012
A barefoot Wynonna Judd marries Highway 101 drummer Cactus Moser at her home in Leiper's Fork, Tennessee

2009
Alan Jackson gives a free concert at Nashville's Cadillac Ranch to celebrate two decades since signing his first recording deal. He plays 34 of his Top 10 hits, including "Wanted," "Little Bitty," "There Goes" and "Chattahoochee"

2005
"American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood makes her Grand Ole Opry debut, singing the Roy Orbison classic "Crying"

2004
Terri Clark's "Girls Lie Too" video debuts on CMT, with director Shawn Silva looking so much like Johnny Depp's "Pirates Of The Caribbean" character that many viewers think it's actually Depp

1997
Harlan Howard is added to the National Songwriters Hall of Fame at the Sheraton New York Hotel, along with Phil Spector and Joni Mitchell. Howard wrote "Busted" and "I Fall To Pieces," among many others

1989
Clint Black's debut single, "A Better Man," reaches #1 on the Billboard country chart

1979
Lee Brice is born in Sumter, South Carolina. Known as an artist for such hits as "Love Like Crazy," "Hard To Love," "I Don't Dance" and "I Drive Your Truck," he also writes The Eli Young Band's "Crazy Girl" and Garth Brooks' "More Than A Memory"

1978
Willie Nelson's remake of Hoagy Carmichael's "Georgia On My Mind" tops the Billboard country chart

1972
Elvis Presley's afternoon performance during a four-show stand in New York is taped for a future album: "Elvis As Recorded At Madison Square Garden." Future Oak Ridge Boy Richard Sterban is a backing vocalist, and Bob Dylan is in the audience

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