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23 Years Ago: Garth Brooks Wraps Up Spring Training With the New York Mets
On March 19, 2000, Brooks wrapped up spring training with the New York Mets.
The Boot’s Weekly Picks: Sug Daniels, Matt Andersen + More
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Brad Paisley + Kimberly Williams Paisley — Country’s Greatest Love Stories
As a teenager in Glen Dale, W. Va., Paisley took a date to see the film 'Father of the Bride' and couldn't help but notice its lead actress ...
20 Years Ago: Brad Paisley Marries Kimberly Williams
On March 15, 2003, Paisley wed Williams at Stauffer Chapel at Pepperdine University, after a nine-month engagement.
53 Years Ago: Merle Haggard Hits No. 1 With ‘The Fightin’ Side of Me’
On March 14, 1970, Haggard scored his ninth No. 1 hit.
24 Years Ago: Trisha Yearwood Joins the Grand Ole Opry
On March 13, 1999, Yearwood was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry.
13 Years Ago: Miranda Lambert’s ‘White Liar’ Goes Gold
On March 12, 2010, Lambert earned a gold record for "White Liar," from her 'Revolution' album.
54 Years Ago: Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs Split Up
On March 11, 1969, Flatt and Scruggs ended their musical partnership, which spanned more than 25 years.
The Boot’s Weekly Picks: RVSHVD, Shea Diamond + More
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43 Years Ago: Willie Nelson Hits No. 1 With ‘My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys’
On March 8, 1980, Nelson's "My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys" soared to the top of the charts, becoming his fifth No. 1 hit.
25 Years Ago: Sara Evans Makes Her Grand Ole Opry Debut
On March 7, 1998, Evans made her debut at the Grand Ole Opry.
24 Years Ago: Sara Evans Scores First No. 1 Hit
On March 6, 1999, Evans earned her first No. 1 hit with "No Place That Far," the title track from her sophomore album.