• RolandNote™Country Music Database Searches
  • May 18, 2021 CDT

  • Time
  • This Date Help
  • May 18, 1984
    George Jones cancels the next two days' shows when a throat specialist in Columbus, Ohio, diagnoses him with bronchitis and pharyngitis
    May 18, 1983
    Mac Davis hosts the CBS-TV special "Country Comes Home." Others populating the broadcast include The Oak Ridge Boys, The Bellamy Brothers, The Sons Of The Pioneers, Alabama, Charley Pride, Glen Campbell, Roy Rogers and Ricky Skaggs
    May 18, 1982
    T. Graham Brown moves to Nashville
    May 18, 1982
    Conway Twitty records "The Rose" in an evening session at Nashville's Sound Stage
    May 18, 1981
    Manager Albert Grossman files a $450,000 lawsuit against ex-client Bob Dylan in New York demanding back royalties and punitive damages. During their association, Dylan penned the country hits "It Ain't Me, Babe" and "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" 
    May 18, 1981
    MCA releases Merle Haggard's "Rainbow Stew"
    May 18, 1980
    Barbara Mandrell breaks the sound barrier, flying with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds
    May 18, 1979
    David Nail is born in Kennett, Missouri. The soulful vocalist collects his first hit single in 2009 with "Red Light," adding further hits with 2011's "Let It Rain" and 2013's "Whatever She's Got"
    May 18, 1978
    Warner Bros. releases T.G. Sheppard's "When Can We Do This Again"
    May 18, 1978
    "The Buddy Holly Story" has its world premiere in Dallas. Holly's widow, Maria Elena, runs to the restroom crying during "True Love Ways." Producer Jim Ed Norman is inspired by the film to cut the song with Mickey Gilley in 1980

    Displaying : 100 - 110 of 160 / Page << | 1... | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16

  • 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!