This Day In Country Music History

December 13th 1989, Born on this day in Reading, Pennsylvania, was Taylor Alison Swift, singer, songwriter, musicican, named by Billboard as most financially successful music artist of 2011, with net earnings of more than...

This Day In Country Music History

December 12th 1966, Merle Haggard released the single “The Fugitive” (later titled “I’m a Lonesome Fugitive” on the album), which became Haggard’s first #1 hit on the country chart. Although not written by Haggard,...

This Week’s Hump Day Hero

Congrats to Tina Reed over at the WV RN Board in South Charleston! She is our #HumpDayHero! Free #BarnYardBBQ for all! #WQBE       Congrats to Tyler Johnson at Eddie’s Tires in Poca. He is this week’s Hump...

This Day In Country Music History

December 10th 1996, Faron Young, American singer and songwriter from the early 1950s into the mid-1980s shot himself after apparently being depressed that the music industry had turned its back on him. He died...