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This Day in Country Music History

February 6th 1962, Born on this day in Lubbock, Texas, was Richie McDonald country music singer, songwriter who from 1992 until his departure in 2007, was the lead singer of Lonestar. McDonald co-wrote several...

This Day In Country Music History

February 5th 1962, The first days recording sessions for Ray Charles’ Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music took place at Capitol Studios in New York City. Regarded by many critics as Charles’s best...

This Day In Country Music History

February 2nd 1974, Dolly Parton scored her second #1 Country hit single with “Jolene.” Parton has said that the inspiration for the story was a tall, red-headed bank teller whom Parton believed was flirting...

“Fortnite” Makes Video Game History

The “free-to-play” videogame “Fortnite” made $2.4 billion last year, which is the most annual revenue of any game in history.  Games like “Fortnite” are called “free-to-play”, but that’s just a tiny bit deceptive. Because...

This Day In Country Music History

January 16th 1993, Johnny Cash made his first guest appearance in the series Dr Quinn Medicine Woman, an hour long Western family adventure series produced by CBS Entertainment Productions. (ThisDayInCountryMusic.Com)