This Day In Country Music History

Happy birthday to Kris Kristofferson, born on June 22nd 1936, musician, actor, and writer, known for such hits as ‘Me and Bobby McGee’, ‘For the Good Times’, ‘Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down’, and ‘Help Me...

Snakes!

Help Biologists Track the Distribution of West Virginia’s State Reptile The WVDNR is requesting timber rattlesnake observations from the public in order to better understand the distribution of this declining reptile. Timber rattlesnakes provide...

This Day In Country Music History

June 21st 2004, Gretchen Wilson’s debut album, Here For The Party, was certified gold and platinum simultaneously. The album featured Wilson’s breakthrough debut single, “Redneck Woman.” (ThisDayInCountryMusicHistory)

This Day In Country Music History

June 19th 2001, Lonestar released their fourth album I’m Already There. Serving as singles from this album were the title track (which spent six weeks at #1 on the Hot Country Songs charts), “Not a Day...