Trisha Yearwood Movie Hit, Uncle Kracker Born – Today In Country History
The Music and Memories of June 6
1998- George Strait's "I Just Want To Dance With You" cha-chas to No. 1 on the Billboard country chart.
1997- Touchstone Pictures debuts the movie "Con Air," with Trisha Yearwood singing 'How Do I Live' on the soundtrack. Trisha performed the song at the Academy Awards, where it was nominated for Best Original Song.
1970- Conway Twitty rises to No. 1 with 'Hello Darlin'.'
1964- Buck Owens' 'Together Again' takes him to No. 1.
Uncle Kracker, 1974. Born Matthew Shafer, his stage name is inspired by a poster for Opry legend Uncle Dave Macon. After the 2001 pop hit 'Follow Me,' he joinsKenny Chesney for the hit 'When The Sun Goes Down.'
Joe Stampley, 1943. 'Soul Song' 'All These Things' and hits with Moe Bandy like 'Where's The Dress?.'