• RolandNote™Country Music Database Searches
  • October 25, 2020 CDT
  • People
  • Timeline Help
  • An instant history for your favorite artists, plus producers, musicians, songwriters and others
  • Nov 5, 1977
    Loretta Lynn sings "Why Can't He Be You" and "She's Got You" on TV's comedic "Hee Haw." The Sons Of The Pioneers perform "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," and Buck Owens covers "Hillbilly Fever"
    Nov 14, 1977
    MCA releases Loretta Lynn's "Out Of My Head And Back In My Bed"
    Jan 16, 1978
    Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn each win twice at the fifth annual American Music Awards, tying them with Stevie Wonder and Fleetwood Mac for top honors. Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers also win trophies on the show, co-hosted by Glen Campbell
    Jan 22, 1978
    NBC airs "50 Years Of Country Music" with Glen Campbell, Roy Clark, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Chet Atkins, Loretta Lynn, The Carter Family, Crystal Gayle, Merle Haggard, Minnie Pearl, Mel Tillis, Ernest Tubb, Kitty Wells and The Statler Brothers
    Jan 28, 1978
    Loretta Lynn's "Out Of My Head And Back In My Bed" rises to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Feb 3, 1978
    Loretta Lynn records "I Can't Feel You Anymore" at Bradley's Barn on Benders Ferry Road in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
    Feb 9, 1978
    An 11-piece string section is added to Loretta Lynn's "I Can't Feel You Anymore" during an overdub session at Bradley's Barn in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
    Mar 21, 1978
    US magazine reveals that Loretta Lynn had been addicted to nerve pills after experimenting with a variety of drugs suggested by others to cure her recurring problem with migraines
    Apr 17, 1978
    Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty sing "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man" at the White House for president Jimmy Carter. Also on the bill: Tom T. Hall, Charlie Daniels, Larry Gatlin and James Talley
    May 8, 1978
    MCA releases Loretta Lynn's "Spring Fever"

    Displaying : 270 - 280 of 566 / Page << | 1... | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | 32 | ...57 | >>

  • Free Country Music Database!
  •  

    RolandNote.com is a detailed country music database compiled by veteran music journalist Tom Roland that chronicles more than 60,000 events and 10,000 recordings.

     

    Discover what happened in country music on a particular date or in a particular month, get the history of your favorite country songs or your favorite country artists. From George Jones to George Strait, from the Carter Family to Carrie Underwood, from Johnny Cash to Jason Aldean, from Hank Williams to Hunter Hayes, from Merle Haggard to Miranda Lambert.

     

    RolandNote.com is the ultimate country music database!