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This Day In Country Music History

December 5th 1978, The Charlie Daniels Band recorded “The Devil Went Down To Georgia” at Nashville’s Woodland Sound Studios. The track was later released on their 1979 album Million Mile Reflections and the song was the...

Dwight Yoakam – Clay Center

  Dusty Guitar Promotions Presents – Dwight Yoakam – CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS February 24, 8 PMThe grass isn’t always greener on the other side, or bluer in this case, which may be why Dwight...

This Day In Country Music History

December 4th 1956, The Million Dollar Quartet legend was born when a Memphis newspaper photographed Johnny Cash and Elvis Presely who had dropped in on a Carl Perkins session (for “Matchbox”) at Sun Studios,...

This Day In Country Music History

December 3rd 2001, American session guitarist Grady Martin died aged 72. Member of the legendary Nashville A-Team, he played guitar on hits ranging from Roy Orbison’s “Oh, Pretty Woman”, Marty Robbins’ “El Paso” and...

This Day In Country Music History

November 29th 1917, Born on this day in Rosewood, Kentucky was Merle Travis. The American country and Western singer, songwriter known for his hit “Sixteen Tons”. Travis’ guitar style became known as “Travis picking”,...