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Tracy Chapman’s This Day In Country Music History 6/4/18

Welcome to Monday June 4th’.  Let’s all celebrate

NATIONAL CHEESE DAY | NATIONAL SAFE DAY | NATIONAL OLD MAID’S DAY | NATIONAL COGNAC DAY . (more information available at national day)

This Happened Over The Weekend

A major power outage caused DIERKS BENTLEY to postpone last Thursday’s show in Cincinnati.  Fortunately, he did NOT keep his fans waiting long.  He went back LAST NIGHT and did them right.

It Happened On This Day In Country Music History

1937 Born on this day in San Benito, Texas, was Country musician Freddy Fender who had the #1 hit “Before the Next Teardrop Falls” in 1975.  Fender died on 14th October 2006.

2002 Kenny Chesney’s seventh album No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems album went gold and platinum. It produced five chart singles on the Billboard country music charts between 2002 and 2003: “The Good Stuff” was the biggest hit of Chesney’s career at the time, not only spending seven weeks at the top of the country charts, but also becoming Billboard’s #1 country single of 2002.

2011 A house fire destroyed the home of Trace Adkins and his family; his three daughters and a dog, who were home when the fire started, all escape safely.

Country Music Fun Fact.

Though he was never in prison, Johnny Cash served a total of 7 nights in jail for different incidents.

(more Information on these and other stories thisdayincountrymusic.com)

 



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