On Sept. 15, 2003, Lambert signed a record deal with Epic Records, a few months after coming in third on 'Nashville Star'.
On Sept. 15, 2007, Brooks made history with his song "More Than a Memory."
No doubt -- Earle has written some truly iconic songs.
From the late 1920s to the early 1970s, Wills and his band the Texas Playboys blended western music with jazz and Big Band instrumentation.
She hopes the song will encourage those in the same position "to continue to explore and expand upon aspirations that may have been put aside for a while."
On Sept. 14, 1979, Rogers received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Urban joined Vance onstage at Nashville's Cannery Ballroom to sing "Burden."
"I actually just got done recording a second record. So, yeah, I work way too fast," Ivey says. "And I'm honestly writing the third one now ..."
Get to know the story behind country comedian and Grand Ole Opry legend Minnie Pearl.
On Sept. 13, 1996, Rimes made her Grand Ole Opry debut.
On Sept. 13, 2009, Swift's acceptance speech at the MTV Video Music Awards for "You Belong With Me" was infamously interrupted by Kanye West.
This country legend sure has had some unforgettable songs over the years! Do your top picks match our top picks?
"We wrote that song before I'd written with anyone, before I'd done anything over here," Bird says.
Ken Burns' lengthy 'Country Music' documentary is a wealth of information!
The 2019 Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour begins Friday (Sept. 13).
A career that continued until Stanley’s June 23, 2016, deathat the age of 89 kept his family name and his beloved genre relevant and real.
Plus, the singer explains how getting to know the all-female tour lineup is already teaching her important lessons.
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