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TODAY IN COUNTRY MUSIC HISTORY – 6/14/2021

TODAY IN COUNTRY MUSIC HISTORY – 6/14/2021

1961: PATSY CLINE sustained serious injuries including a fractured hip in a car accident in Madison, Tennessee. • 1969: GLEN CAMPBELL appeared on the cover of TV Guide. • 2001: CHARLIE DANIELS opened the Charlie Daniels Museum in downtown Nashville. • 2002: ALAN JACKSON’s Drive was spending its fifth and final week at number one…

This Day in Music History

This Day in Music History

In 1961 Patsy Cline suffers serious head injuries and a dislocated hip in a car accident near Madison, Tennessee. In 1965 Bob Dylan records “Like A Rolling Stone” in New York. It was his first electric recording. In 1965 The Beatles’ album “Beatles VI” is released in the U.S. In 1965 John Lennon’s second book…

New Skynyrd Tour

New Skynyrd Tour

Even though they previously said they had plans to end touring, it looks like Lynyrd Skynyrd isn’t saying “goodbye” after all. The band has seemingly reconsidered after a layoff due to the pandemic. They announced their “Big Wheels Keep On Turnin’ Tour for 2021,” and among the 30 dates are trips to Canton on Aug.…

ESPN Radio – 1290 AM

ESPN Radio – 1290 AM

6AM WEEKDAYS MIKE & MIKE 10AM THE DAN LEBATARD SHOW WITH STUGOTZ 1PM THE RYEN RUSSILLO SHOW 4PM THE RIGHT TIME WITH BOMANI JONES 7PM JALEN & JACOBY  9PM IZZY & SPAIN  11PM FREDDIE & FITZ  2AM SPORTSCENTER ALLNIGHT