The Boot Staff
25 Years Ago: The Chicks Release ‘Wide Open Spaces’
'Wide Open Spaces' has sold more than 12 million copies
The Boot’s Weekly Picks: Lauren Morrow, The Band of Heathens + More
It's time to find your new favorite song.
Kacey Musgraves’ Best Live Shots [PICTURES]
From 'Same Trailer Different Park' to 'Star-Crossed,' take a look at Kacey Musgraves' on-stage evolution.
33 Years Ago: Clint Black Earns His First Platinum Album With ‘Killin’ Time’
On Jan. 23, 1990, Black earned his first platinum album.
54 Years Ago: Glen Campbell Gets First Gold Single With ‘Wichita Lineman’
On Jan. 22, 1969, Campbell received the first gold single of his career.
28 Years Ago: Wynonna Judd’s Self-Titled Album Certified Quadruple Platinum
On Jan. 20, 1995, Judd's eponymous 1992 solo debut was certified quadruple platinum.
The Boot’s Weekly Picks: Ruston Kelly, Trapper Schoepp + More
New year, new music!
Top 10 Dolly Parton Songs
Do y'all agree?
33 Years Ago: Reba McEntire Makes Her Film Debut in ‘Tremors’
McEntire appears in the movie 'Tremors' opposite Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward.
23 Years Ago: Garth Brooks Named Artist of the Decade at the American Music Awards
On Jan. 17, 2000, Brooks was named the Artist of the Decade at the American Music Awards.
80 Years Ago: Ronnie Milsap Is Born in North Carolina
Happy birthday to him!
33 Years Ago: Keith Whitley’s ‘It Ain’t Nothin” Goes to No. 1
Jan. 13, 1990, was a bittersweet day for Whitley's friends, family and fans.
55 Years Ago: Johnny Cash Plays Folsom Prison
On Jan. 13, 1968, Cash played a concert at California's Folsom Prison.
What Would Elvis Presley Look Like If He Was Still Alive?
The King of Rock and Roll remains a vital influence on artists the world over, and the mythology surrounding him has grown to epic proportions.
47 Years Ago: ‘Wanted! The Outlaws’ Is Released
In 1976, some of Music City's most eccentric, outside-the-box artists turned the town upside down, staging a commercial revolution against the Nashville establishment that resulted in a paradigm shift in country music.
25 Years Ago: Martina McBride Hits No. 1 With ‘A Broken Wing’
On Jan. 10, 1998, McBride soared to No. 1 with "A Broken Wing."