There's nothing quite like a live country music show ... but the next best thing might just be a live country music album.
On May 2, 1989, Black released his debut album, 'Killin' Time,' which sold more than 3 million copies and spawned five No. 1 hits.
On May 2, 1998, "You're Still the One" hit No. 1 on the country singles chart.
The label's been home to Elvis Presley, Kenny Rogers and the Judds, among others.
The show raised a whole bunch of money for charity, too!
There's no bigger moment in a person's life than the day they exchange vows, and country music is rich with love songs filled with pledges of undying love and devotion, perfect for couples on that most special of days.
The new album is "all about the places that save you."
"It's an amazing way to say, 'We'll be together forever ...'"
The singer-songwriter has sold millions of albums, starred in blockbuster movies and had a successful run as a Las Vegas act with his wife Faith Hill.
Happy Opry anniversary, Charley Pride!
The Wikipedia version of the story -- that the deal came about through his famous father, baseball player Tug McGraw -- is only "sort of" accurate, McGraw says.
When Nelson recorded 'Red Headed Stranger' in 1975, his record label thought it was too difficult a listening experience to succeed.
Nashies, this is an awesome opportunity!