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April 28th: On this day in Country Music

April 28th: On this day in Country Music

April 28th: On this day in Country Music 1953 Born on this day in Jackson, Mississippi, was Fred Knoblock, singer, songwriter. Prior to his solo career, Knoblock had been a member of Let’s Eat, a 1970s rock band. He later wrote George Strait’s “Meanwhile” and Lorrie Morgan’s “Back In Your Arms Again.”       […]

UNM falls, splits 2-game set with No. 6 Texas Tech

UNM falls, splits 2-game set with No. 6 Texas Tech

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The University of New Mexico baseball team rallied from an 11-5 deficit thanks to nine unanswered runs to take a 14-11 lead on No. 6 Texas Tech heading into the sixth inning, but unfortunately for the Lobos, the Red Raiders scored 16 unanswered runs of their own and UNM fell 27-15 Wednesday […]

April 27th: On this day in Country Music

April 27th: On this day in Country Music

April 27th: On this day in Country Music 1944 Born on this day, was Herb Pedersen, musician, guitarist, banjo player, and singer-songwriter who has worked with numerous musicians including Earl Scruggs, The Dillards, Smokey Grass Boys, Gram Parsons, Emmylou Harris, Dan Fogelberg, Stephen Stills, Linda Ronstadt, Kris Kristofferson, John Prine, Jackson Browne, and John Denver. […]

April 26th: On this day in Country Music

April 26th: On this day in Country Music

April 26th: On this day in Country Music 1966 Born on this day in Tarrant County, Texas, was Jeff Huskins, country fiddle and keyboard player, producer, and record label founder and one time member of Little Texas who scored the 1994 US Country #1 hit “My Love”.             1971 Born […]

April 25th: On this day in Country Music

April 25th: On this day in Country Music

April 25th: On this day in Country Music 1960 Jim Reeves was at #1 on the US singles chart with “He’ll Have to Go,” which spent a total of 14 consecutive weeks at the top of the charts and was one of just five different titles to occupy the chart’s summit during 1960.     […]

Stajduhar homers, Mang 5-for-5 as UNM sweeps UNLV

Stajduhar homers, Mang 5-for-5 as UNM sweeps UNLV

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A Carl Stajduhar three-run, go-ahead home run in the sixth inning, a 5-for-5 performance by Jared Mang and a shutdown final three innings by the Lobo bullpen led the University of New Mexico baseball team to 11-9 victory over UNLV on Sunday to sweep the Rebels at Santa Ana Star Field. The […]

Weekend Programs on Mine Country 102.1

Weekend Programs on Mine Country 102.1

Saturday Morning  @ 7:30 a.m. Get the latest from Congressman Steve Pearce.             Saturday Morning from 8 a.m – Noon Terri Clark plays Classic Country from the 80’s and 90’s and she will have guest stars talk about their favorite country songs and artists! Terri’s guest this week is Montgomery Gentry.     […]

April 21st: On this day in Country Music

April 21st: On this day in Country Music

April 21st: On this day in Country Music 1924 Born on this day in Section, Alabama, was Ira Louvin, country music singer, mandolinist and songwriter and one half of The Louvin Brothers who helped popularize close harmony, a genre of country music. In 2001, the Louvin brothers were inducted into the Country Music Hall of […]

April 20th: On this day in Country Music

April 20th: On this day in Country Music

April 20th: On this day in Country Music 1939 Born on this day in Jacksonville, Florida, was , singer and songwriter who scored the 1964 Country #4 hit “It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’.”           1959 Goldband Records released “Puppy Love” by a 13-year old Dolly Parton, a song that was recorded […]

April 19th: On this day in Country Music

April 19th: On this day in Country Music

April 19th: On this day in Country Music 1940 Born on this day in Nashville, Tennessee, was , singer and songwriter. Between 1966 and 1973, he charted five singles on the Hot Country Songs charts. “Little Green Apples” won Russell the 1969 Grammy Award for Song of the Year and the Grammy Award for Best […]