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This Day in Country Music History, February 14

2015
Luke Bryan is the celebrity monarch for the Krewe of Endymion Parade during Mardi Gras in New Orleans
2013
Thompson Square's "If I Didn't Have You" video debuts on CMT
2012
Warner Bros. releases Hunter Hayes' "Wanted" to radio
2006
The RIAA awards a gold single for Little Big Town's "Boondocks"
2002
Forty couples are married in a mass Valentine's Day ceremony in Newport News, Virginia. Steve Holy sings "Good Morning Beautiful" for the couples' first dance
2001
Cranes hoist Elvis Presley's gold Cadillac, Webb Pierce's gaudy Pontiac and Nudie's sign onto the third floor of the new Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum before the last wall is sealed
1989
Happy Valentine's Day: Reba McEntire gives fiance Narvel Blackstock a chainsaw
1985
Randy Travis signs a recording contract with Warner Bros., two weeks after recording "On The Other Hand"
1981
Charly McClain claims a #1 country single with "Who's Cheatin' Who"
1967
Eddy Arnold attends a White House dinner in Washington, D.C., at the request of the president's daughter, Lynda Bird Johnson. Arnold barely makes it in time after getting stuck in an elevator
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