The Boot Staff
16 Years Ago: Gretchen Wilson Releases ‘Redneck Woman’
On March 5, 2004, Wilson released her debut single, "Redneck Woman," to radio.
George + Nancy Jones — Country’s Greatest Love Stories
For most of his early life, Jones was a gifted artist with a drinking problem and self-destructive bent, but there's nothing like the love of a good woman to turn a guy around.
52 Years Ago: Johnny Cash Proposes to June Carter
On Feb. 22, 1968, Cash proposed to Carter while they were onstage together in London, Ontario, Canada.
10 Years Ago: Brad Paisley’s ‘Online’ Goes Gold
This song is still funny!
32 Years Ago: Randy Travis’ ‘Always & Forever’ Goes Double Platinum
On Jan. 29, 1988, Travis earned his first double-platinum album, for 'Always & Forever'.
51 Years Ago: ‘The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour’ Debuts on CBS
On Jan. 29, 1969, 'The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour' debuted on CBS.
Trisha Yearwood’s Favorite CMA Awards Memories: One Trophy, One Performance
The country music icon, who also has two ACM Awards and three Grammys trophies to her name, says she has two favorite CMA Awards memories.
25 Years Ago: Vince Gill Wins Three CMA Awards
Oct. 5, 1994 was a day of celebration for Gill.
40 Years Ago: Kenny Rogers Receives a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
On Sept. 14, 1979, Rogers received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
16 Years Ago: Johnny Cash Dies
On Sept. 12, 2003, Cash passed away after suffering complications from diabetes.