This Day In Country Musichttp://www.thisdayincountrymusic.comUpdated daily to provide up-to-date information.On this day February 08, 2004Country music winners at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards included; June Carter Cash who won Best Female Country Vocal Performance for "Keep on the Sunny Side", Best Male Country Vocal Performance went to Vince Gill for "Next Big Thing", Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group was Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder for "A Simple Life", and Best Country Song
went to Jim Moose Brown & Don Rollins (songwriters) for "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" performed by Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett.
http://www.thisdayincountrymusic.com/onthisday.php?factid=604http://www.thisdayincountrymusic.com/onthisday.php?factid=604On this day February 08, 1984Kenny Rogers was at #1 on the US Country music chart with Eyes That See in the Dark, his 12th solo studio album and first released by RCA Records in August 1983. This album has now sold over 15 million copies world-wide.http://www.thisdayincountrymusic.com/onthisday.php?factid=658http://www.thisdayincountrymusic.com/onthisday.php?factid=658On this day February 08, 1948Born on this day in McCamey, Texas, was Dan Seals, (the younger brother of Seals & Crofts member Jim Seals), who first gained fame as the "England Dan" half of the soft rock duo England Dan and John Ford Coley. After the duo disbanded, Seals began a solo career in country music and throughout the 1980s and into the early 1990s, released 16 studio albums and charted more than 20 singles on the country charts, eleven of which reached #1, including: "Meet Me in Montana" (with Marie Osmond), "Bop", "You Still Move Me", "I Will Be There", "Three Time Loser", and "Good Times". He died on March 25, 2009.http://www.thisdayincountrymusic.com/onthisday.php?factid=137http://www.thisdayincountrymusic.com/onthisday.php?factid=137Array