Little Big Town Goes To The Boondocks, Eric Church Goes Home – Today In Country Music History
Eric Church went Home on this date in 2011, Little Big Town was hanging out in the Boondocks in 2006 and Steve Holy sang at a Valentine’s Day mass marriage in Virginia back in 2002.
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- Eric Church’s “Homeboy” was released to radio in 2011.
- Keith Anderson performed for 33 couples at a mass wedding ceremony at Grand Affairs in Virginia Beach in 2010.
- Diamond Rio performed at Kunsan Air Force Base, beginning a 10-day tour of South Korea where they entertained American troops, in 2006.
- The Recording Industry Association of America awarded a gold single for Little Big Town‘s “Boondocks” in 2006.
- Forty couples were married in a mass Valentine’s Day ceremony in Newport News, Virginia in 2002 where Steve Holy sang his hit “Good Morning Beautiful” for the couples’ first dance.
- Hal Ketchum married Gina Pacconi at the Grace Methodist Church, in Austin, Texas in 1998.
- The Recording Industry Association of America certified Alan Jackson‘s “Who I Am” album double-platinum in 1995.
- Kathy Mattea wed songwriter Jon Vezner in 1988.
- Randy Travis signed a recording contract with Warner Bros. in 1985, two weeks after recording “On The Other Hand.”
- Charly McClain claimed a Number One country single with “Who’s Cheatin’ Who” in 1981.
- Merle Haggard recorded “The Fightin’ Side Of Me” in 1970.
- Eddy Arnold attended a special White House dinner at the request of the President’s daughter, Lynda Bird Johnson, in 1967. Eddy barely made it in time, after getting stuck in an elevator.
Here’s a happy Valentine’s Day thought from Charly McClain from her 1982 Austin City Limits appearance.
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