This Day in Country Music History 12/5/17

Welcome to December 5th 2017

Today is National Bathtub Party Day, World Trick Shot Day,International Ninja Day and National Sacher Torte Day.           (more info available at National Day)  Also Walt Disney was born on this day.  He passed away in 1966.

Tune in tonight 7p-to midnight for your chance to win that Fender Guitar from Murphys Guitar in Bountiful.  Also Strait at Eight and 90s at Nine (a full hour of your favorite songs from the 90s)

This Day in Country Music History

1963 Happy Birthday Ty England  born on this day in Oklahoma City. A guitarist with Garth Brooks during the superstar’s peak years, England leaves the band in 1994 to pursue a solo career.

1967 Happy Birthday Gary Herzberg  born on this day in Montebello, California. Better known as Gary Allan, known for many hits including        “Smoke Rings In The Dark,”(Watch Music Video) “Nothing On But The Radio,”(Watch Music Video) “Watching Airplanes”(Watch Music Video) and “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)”(Watch Music Video)

Gary Allan has two shows at in January at the Peppermill Concert Hall in Wendover Nevada (Link here for tickets)


1978 The Charlie Daniels Band records “The Devil Went Down To Georgia”(Watch Music Video) at Nashville’s Woodland Sound Studios.

1992 George Strait tops the Billboard country singles chart with“I Cross My Heart,(Watch Music Video)” from the “Pure Country” soundtrack.

More on these stories and more at CMT



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