This Day In Country Music History

Sept 19th 1973, Country rock singer, songwriter 26-year-old Gram Parsons formerly of The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers, died under mysterious conditions in Joshua Tree, California. His death was attributed to heart failure...

This Day In Country Music History

Sept 18th 1953, Born on this day in Louisville, Mississippi, was Carl Jackson, country and bluegrass musician who played in Glen Campbell’s band for 12 years. Jackson’s first Grammy was awarded in 1992 for...

This Day In Country Music History

Sept 17th 1923, Born on this day in Mount Olive, Alabama, was Hank Williams (born Hiram King Williams). The American singer-songwriter and musician is regarded as one of the most important country music artists...

Helping our neighbors

Saturday, September 20th beginning at 7am at the Piggly Wiggly in Point Pleasant, Triple H Farms, Pioneer Ranch and Hands that Help Ministries will be collecting items for flood victims in the Carolina’s. Cleaning...

This Week’s Hump Day Hero

Congrats to Drew Orcutt from Dougherty Company in Charleston! Hump Day Hero on 9/29/18 Winner Stephanie Laney at Hurricane Equipment – Our Hump Day Hero on 9/12/18 Congrats to Stephanie Laney at Hurricane Equipment in...

This Day In Country Music History

Sept 14th 1958, Born on this day in Harlingen, Texas, was singer-songwriter, Beth Nielsen Chapman who has written many Country hits including: co-songwriter of Faith Hill’s “This Kiss”, Trisha Yearwood (“Down On My Knees”,...