A Day In the Country – June 4th – Darius Rucker, Loretta Lynn, Jack White, Brad Paisley & Kenny Chesney

A Day In the Country – June 4th – Darius Rucker, Loretta Lynn, Jack White, Brad Paisley & Kenny Chesney

This is A Day in the Country with Paul Koffy – June 4th

On this day in 2018 Darius Rucker was at number-one with “For The First Time.”

In 2015 Loretta Lynn and Jack White are inducted into Nashville’s Music City Walk of Fame

In 2008 Brad Paisley was at number-one with “I’m Still A Guy.”

And on this day in 2002, Kenny Chesney’s landmark album No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems was certified both Gold and Platinum

Photo Credit: Allister Ann

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