What happened this week in Classic Country Music?
Color-changing Text ... 1913: Cowboy Copas, born in Ohio, was a popular country singer with the 1960 #1 hit “Alabam” and died in a 1963 plane crash with Patsy Cline and Hawkshaw Hawkins. 1933: Hal Willis, born in Quebec, was a Canadian country singer known for his hit “The Lumberjack,” which sold over 1.5 million copies and peaked at #5 on the Billboard country charts in 1965. 1946: Linda Ronstadt, born in Arizona, is a Grammy-winning singer who collaborated with many country artists and had her first Country #1 in 1975 with “When Will I Be Loved.” 1955: Slim Whitman’s “Rose Marie” became a major hit, topping the UK charts for 11 weeks. 1957: Mac McAnally, born in Alabama, is a country singer-songwriter and member of Jimmy Buffett’s Coral Reefer Band, known for his 2008-2009 hit with Kenny Chesney’s cover of “Down the Road.” 1967: Elbert West, an American country artist born this year, co-wrote hits for Tracy Lawrence and other artists, passing away in 2015. 2003: Johnny Cash made his final public performance in Virginia, performing with his son John Carter Cash. 2010: Hank Cochran, a prolific country songwriter and singer, died at 74, known for hits like “I Fall to Pieces.” 2013: Randy Travis was reported to be recovering well after brain surgery following a severe viral infection. 2023: Miranda Lambert caused controversy by scolding fans taking selfies during her Las Vegas performance of “Tin Man.” ...


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