Sunday, February 4, 2018

Today in Country Music History...February 4, 2018 (Tarantula named after Johnny Cash + more)

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The scientific journal ZooKeys indicates a new strain of tarantulas named after Johnny Cash, aphonopelma johnnycashi, has been discovered near Folsom Prison

Carrie Underwood and Steven Tyler team up for a Super Bowl-themed live edition of "CMT Crossroads" from Indianapolis. The set list includes her songs "Just A Dream," "Undo It" and "Before He Cheats"

Brad Paisley's single "Online" goes gold

MCA releases the George Strait single "I Saw God Today" to radio

Chris Cagle flies with the Blue Angels at the Naval Air Base in El Centro, California

Freddy Fender receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles

Pam Tillis earns her first #1 single in Billboard with "Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)"

Elvis Presley records "Moody Blue" in the Jungle Room at Graceland in Memphis

Confederate Railroad keyboard player Chris McDaniel is born in Rock Springs, Georgia. Leaning on southern rock, the band scores 1990s hits with "Trashy Women," "Queen Of Memphis" and "Daddy Never Was The Cadillac Kind"

Clint Black is born in Long Branch, New Jersey. Raised in Houston, he earns the Country Music Association's 1989 Horizon award at the outset of a career that includes "A Better Man," "Something That We Do" and "Put Yourself In My Shoes"

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