The Music and Memories of March 1

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The Headlines

2010- Carrie Underwood appears on the hit TV show "How I Met Your Mother."

2009- Clint Black is a contestant on Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice" on NBC.  In the season opener, Clint is required to bake and sell cupcakes with Scott Hamilton, Brian McKnight, Dennis Rodman and Joan and Melissa Rivers.  After several disagreements with Joan Rivers, Clint is "fired" from the contest.

1994- "Passionate Kisses" wins two Grammy awards for Best Country Song written by Lucinda Williams and Best Country Female Vocal Performance for Mary Chapin Carpenter.

1968- Johnny Cash marries June Carter at the Methodist Church in Franklin, Kentucky.  Merle Kilgore, who co-writes "Ring Of Fire" with June Carter, is the best man.

The #1 Hits

1997- Running Out Of Reasons To Run- Rick Trevino

1986- You Can Dream Of Me- Steve Wariner

1980- I Ain't Livin' Long Like This- Waylon Jennings

1969- To Make Love Sweeter For You- Jerry Lee Lewis

1952- Wondering- Webb Pierce


Janis Oliver of the Sweethearts Of the Rodeo, 1954.  Together with her sister Janis Gill, they score late 80s hits like "Since I Found You" "Midnight Girl/Sunset Town" and "Chains Of Gold."