The Boot Staff
15 Years Ago: Gary Allan’s ‘Nothing on But the Radio’ Goes to No. 1
On Dec. 4, 2004, Allan notched his third No. 1 single, "Nothing on But the Radio."
30 Years Ago: Randy Travis Hits No. 1 With ‘It’s Just a Matter of Time’
On Dec. 2, 1989, Travis had a good reason to celebrate.
10 Country Stars We’d Love to Have at Our Thanksgiving Dinner Table
Lively conversation, mindful reflection and a few helpings of good ol' gossip would add up to one perfect holiday.
15 Years Ago: Big & Rich Receive First Gold Single for ‘Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)’
Oct. 28, 2004, was a big day for Big & Rich.
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.
Garth Brooks’ Favorite CMA Awards Memory Is Something No One Else Saw
The country star says his favorite memory from a previous CMA Awards ceremony is one from very early in his career -- and it's something that no one else saw.
61 Years Ago: Alan Jackson Is Born in Newnan, Ga.
Happy birthday, AJ!
Darius Rucker’s First CMA Awards Nominations Helped Him Feel Accepted in Country Music
"That was one of the greatest moments of my musical life."
Reba McEntire’s First CMA Awards Win Came With Well Wishes From Emmylou Harris
I was walking out, and Emmylou walked up to me and ..."
35 Years Ago: Anne Murray Makes History at the CMA Awards
On Oct. 8, 1984, Murray was the queen of the CMA Awards.