Country Music History June 7
June 7 was a banner day for Scotty McCreery. He graduated from Garner High School in North Carolina in 2012.
In 2003, Kenny Chesney played his first ever stadium show, it being held at Knoxville's Neyland Stadium. Joining him to play for rain-soaked fans were Rascal Flatts, Deana Carter and Brooks and Dunn.
"It's Your Love" by Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, is #1 on the Billboard country singles chart in 1997 and remains #1 for six weeks.
My fav, Alan Jackson, joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1991.
And in 1997, Cross Canadian Ragweed drummer Randy Ragsdale was born in Enid, Oklahoma.