Let’s hop in our metaphorical time machine and take a trip down memory lane.
On July 19, 1969 another edition of the Johnny Cash ABC television music variety show was aired. This episode featured many impressive guests like: Ed Ames, Roy Clark, The Monkees, and Joni Mitchell. Johnny Cash would welcome The Monkees on to the stage by playing the beginning verse of their hit song ‘Last Train to Clarksville’. The Monkees would sing back up vocals for Cash; before taking over and performing a version of Cash’s song ‘Everybody Loves a Nut’.
On July 19, 1992 the US Country Singles chart was being topped by Wynonna and her song ‘I Saw the Light’. ‘I Saw the Light’ was the second single from Wynonna’s debut self-titled album. It was also the second song from Wynonna’s debut album to reach the number one spot on the charts. Other songs featured on Wynonna’s debut album were: ‘What it Takes’, ‘She is His Only Need’, ‘My Strongest Weakness’, ‘When I Reach the Place I’m Going’, ‘No One Else on Earth’, ‘It’s Never Easy to Say Goodbye’, ‘A Little Bit of Love (Goes a long, long way)’, ‘All of that Love from Here’, and ‘Live with Jesus’.
On July 19, 2007 Big and Rich found themselves at number one on the US Singles chart for the first time in their career. They were on top the charts with their song ‘Lost in this Moment’. ‘Lost in this Moment’ featured on the album Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace. Prior to the release of ‘Lost in this Moment’ Big and Rich’s highest charting song was ‘Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)’, which peaked at the number eleven spot. Other songs from Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace are: ‘Faster than Angels Fly’, ‘Eternity’, ‘Radio’, ‘You Never Stop Loving Somebody’, ‘High Five’, ‘Please Man’, ‘You Shook Me All Night Long’, ‘Loud’, ‘When the Devil Gets the Best of Me’, and ‘Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace’.