34 Years Ago: Suzy Bogguss Releases Her Major-Label Debut Album
On March 21, 1989, Bogguss released her major-label debut album, 'Somewhere Between'.
Top 10 Country Songs About Spring
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10 Years Ago: Kacey Musgraves Debuts With ‘Same Trailer Different Park’
On March 19, 2013, Musgraves released her major-label debut album, 'Same Trailer Different Park'.
Top 10 Charley Pride Songs
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Jason Isbell + Amanda Shires — Country’s Greatest Love Stories
Isbell and Shires are two of Nashville's most celebrated musicians — and a married couple whose relationship is widely revered.
33 Years Ago: Travis Tritt Releases ‘Country Club’
On Feb. 22, 1990, Tritt released his debut album, 'Country Club'.
Top 10 Mary Chapin Carpenter Songs
The New Jersey native dominated the genre charts in the late 1980s and into the '90s, thanks to a streak of records that featured insightful reflections on love, politics and the human condition.
69 Years Ago: Webb Pierce Hits No. 1 With ‘Slowly’
During the week of Feb. 20, 1954, Pierce started his 17-week reign atop the 'Billboard' Best Sellers in Stores country chart with "Slowly."
30 Years Ago: Toby Keith Releases His Debut Single, ‘Should’ve Been a Cowboy’
In February of 1993, Keith released his debut single, "Should've Been a Cowboy."
44 Years Ago: Eddie Rabbitt Hits No. 1 With ‘Every Which Way But Loose’
For the week starting Feb. 10, 1979, Rabbitt hit No. 1 on the charts with "Every Which Way But Loose."
28 Years Ago: Shania Twain Releases ‘The Woman in Me’
On Feb. 7, 1995, Shania Twain released her second album, 'The Woman in Me'.
29 Years Ago: Willie Nelson Settles With the IRS
On Feb. 2, 1993, Nelson finally settled his long-outstanding debt to the IRS.
45 Years Ago: ‘Here You Come Again’ Becomes Dolly Parton’s First Gold Single
On Feb. 1, 1978, Parton earned her first-ever gold single.
23 Years Ago: Faith Hill Performs the National Anthem at Super Bowl XXXIV
On Jan. 30, 2000, Hill had the distinct honor of opening Super Bowl XXXIV at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta by singing the National Anthem.
Top 10 Lucinda Williams Songs
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20 Years Ago: Shania Twain and the Chicks Take Over Super Bowl XXXVII
It was a big year for country music at the Super Bowl.