My wife Colleen and I were married in 2000. Her grandmother used to own Ma Cole's dinner for all you old timers. And yes we met on the the radio. She was my first winner with Movie trivia 15 years ago. We have helped to for a new Theatre Company that raises money for charity. The Valparaiso Theatrical Company give 60% of every ticket sold back to a 501C3 charity. We have two sons and 4 grand children.
2011 Capitol releases Keith Urban's "You Gonna Fly" to radio
2006 MCA releases Vince Gill's "These Days," an unprecedented box set featuring four discs of entirely new material. Guests include Sheryl Crow, Rodney Crowell, Phil Everly, Gretchen Wilson, LeAnn Rimes, John Anderson, Emmylou Harris, Guy Clark and Amy Grant
2006 Tim McGraw receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. His honor is located at 6901 Hollywood Boulevard, in front of the Virgin Records store
1997 SHeDAISY's Kelsi Osborn marries Steve Simpson
1992 Billy Ray Cyrus performs the national anthem at the World Series as the Braves beat the Blue Jays 3-1. The Atlanta Journal says: "Unofficially, it was the first time the pelvic thrust was brought into 'The Star-Spangled Banner' for a World Series game"
1990 Naomi Judd tells reporters she has hepatitis and will have to give up performing. She and Wynonna hold the press conference in the same room in which they auditioned for RCA in 1983
1989 As Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers prepare to sing the national anthem before the third game of the World Series in San Francisco, a major earthquake rocks the city, postponing their performance, and the game
1989 Mercury releases The Kentucky HeadHunters' "Pickin' On Nashville" album
2011 Alan Jackson and Garth Brooks join the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame along with Thom Schuyler, Allen Shamblin and John Bettis during a ceremony at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel
2005 Vince Gill, Jerry Reed, "Prisoner Of The Highway" songwriter Mike Reid, "What Mattered Most" composer Gary Burr and "Don't Rock The Jukebox" creator Roger Murrah are added to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame during an event at the Renaissance Hotel
2004 Alabama performs what's hailed as its final show, in Bismarck, North Dakota
2003 Pat Benatar joins Martina McBride to tape an installment of the Radney Foster-hosted "CMT Crossroads" in Nashville. Among the songs they perform together: "Independence Day," "We Belong" and "When God-Fearin' Women Get The Blues"
1987 "Anne Murray's Greatest Hits" is certified triple-platinum, the first album by a female country artist to reach 3 million in shipments
1972 Loretta Lynn becomes the first woman named the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year, taking three trophies during the sixth annual event at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. She also takes Female Vocalist and shares Vocal Duo with Conway Twitty
1982 Dolly Parton takes "I Will Always Love You" to #1 for the second time. The new version was recorded for the movie "The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas"
1993 Clay Walker earns his first #1 single in Billboard with "What's It To You"
2004 Sara Evans cleans up, gaining a #1 single in Billboard with "Suds In The Bucket"
010 Miranda Lambert's "Revolution" album is certified platinum
2004 After singing "Mirror Mirror" in a Grand Ole Opry performance, Diamond Rio is surprised with the Minnie Pearl Humanitarian Award
2002 Warner Bros. releases Faith Hill's "Cry" album
1991 Atlantic releases Tracy Lawrence's debut single, "Sticks And Stones"
1978 The Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame inducts Joe Allison ("He'll Have To Go"), Tom T. Hall ("Harper Valley P.T.A."), Hank Snow ("I'm Moving On") and Don Wayne ("Country Bumpkin")
1969 Johnny Cash wins a record-setting five times during the Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. He wins Entertainer and Male Vocalist; Album, for "San Quentin"; Single, for "A Boy Named Sue"; and Vocal Group, with June Carter
1997 The Dixie Chicks' "I Can Love You Better" video debuts on CMT
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