Who's Playing Today
Who's Playing Tomorrow
Active Groups
Active Venues
Who's Playing
Special Events | Profiles | Groups | Venues
New Releases | News | What's On | Feedback
Free Newsletter
News in Photos as of October 26 2020
By John Gavin, Saturday, November 7, 2020


Grand Ole Opry Comedien MINNIE PEARL's

Birthday was October 25, 2020.

She was born in 1912 and would be 108

years old. Minnie died on March 4, 1996

of a stroke at age 84. She was on the

Grand Ole Opry for 50 years

and on Hee Haw TV Show for 22 years.

Country Music Legend MARY ROBBINS

released his incredible No 1 Hit EL PASO

on October 27, 1959 (61 years ago)

Remembering Outlaw Country Singer/Songwriter

BILLY JOE SHAVER who passed away

on October 28, 2020 of a massive stroke.

Many country artists such as Waylon Jennings

& Willie Nelson used his songs in their albums

Happy 83rd Birthday to Country Music singer/songwriter Legend BILL ANDERSON on November 1, 2020Happy Birthday to Henry Winkler (Fonz) on Happy Days on his 75th Birthday October 30, 2020Happy 82nd Birthday to Newfoundland Music Ambassador MICHAEL T WALL on November 2 2020
Country Music Award winning artist LUKE COMBS is in the news. His new album, What You See Is What You Get is the first country music album in five years to spend multiple weeks at #1. The album songs streamed more than 102 million times On this date November 3 in 1960, Merle Haggard was released from California's San Quentin Prison where he was serving time on a robbery charge. He was allowed to complete the two years remaining of his sentence on parole. In 1972, governor Ronald Reagan granted Haggard a full and unconditional pardon for his past crimes.Remembering Country Music Legend HANK THOMPSON who passed away on November 6, 2007 at age 82 of lung cancer. Fans will always remember his most famous songs, Blackboard of My Heart and Squaws Along The Yukon
Remembering Country Music Legend JOHNNY HORTON who passed away on November 5, 1960 at age 35 (60 years ago). He died as a result of a head on car accidient by a drunk driver and will always remembered by his fans for his No 1 hits: North to Alaska-Battle of New Orleans and Sink The Bismark
Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan in The Early Years