Birthdays For November 7th + Country Music History
Best wishes to all celebrating on this Finally Friday. 65 years ago today, Red Foley records the song, "Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy". It becomes the first million-selling record to be recorded in Nashville, at the Castle Studio, inside the Tulane Hotel. Country Music History For This Date
1988 - Alabama's "Song Of The South", is released by RCA.
2001 - The soundtrack album of "O Brother, Where Art Thou?", wins Album of the Year at the 35th Country Music Association awards for it's producer, T Bone Burnett. Meanwhile, one of it's tracks, "I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow", by the Soggy Bottom Boys, receives the Single of the Year award.
2004 - Roger Miller's song, "King Of The Road", lands at #1, on the CMT special, "40 Greatest Road Songs".
2009 - Taylor Swift is both guest host and musical guest on NBC's "Saturday Night Live", and performs, "You Belong To Me".
2013 - Cassadee Pope's recording of "Wasting All These Tears", earns a gold single.
Now Let's P-A-R-T-Y !!!
Concho Valley birthdays include:
Dawson Daniel, 14. From Tracy. Kim and Mason.
Karen Collins, old enough. From Kari.
Tad Cason, 52. From the Cook family.
(Twins) William & Elizabeth Clark, 9. From Mom and Dad.
Roy McKnight, 56. From All the family.
Ariana Rangel, 13. From Mom, Dad, brother and sister.
Hannah Hartin, 7. From Mom, Dad and Jon. Hannah wins our birthday cake today from Halfmann's Cake Cottage.
Congratulations to, Joe & Kellsey Castenula, who celebrated their 3rd anniversary (11-5). They are this week's winners of a dozen roses from Southwest Florists.