Hyatt Place Nashville Airport
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... The rain storm tonight was mental and when I got the The Opry everyone was hiding under this gazebo waiting for shuttle bus to take them to the theatre, I only had 10 minutes before curtain up so I decided to make a run for it. I under anticipated the distance unfortunately and got absolutely drenched and whist I was running my shirt are open so I felt like I was an extra in Baywatch. Anyway the show is fantastic, so ...
... had a real southern dinner - buttermilk fried chicken with steamed beans and mash, YUM!
We walked Broadway Street taking in all the atmosphere and southern charm. Almost everyone wears cowboy/girl boots, and they look awesome. We stumbled across another cool bar with a live band playing 'sweet home Alabama' so we had to go in.
We ended up staying there till 3am, dancing all night to classic country music. We made some amazing ...
... also known as B.A.D.
where everyone says “Have a Bad Day Day” we went to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. What can I say except there was exhibit after exhibit after exhibit of every country western star you can think of from Buck Owens to Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette to Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard ...
... house became the home of John W. Work III. A teacher and composer for 39 years, he served his alma mater by enriching the Fisk musical traditions. Director of the Jubilee Singers, Work III, a serious composer, completed more than 100 compositions. He was not only an acclaimed composer and choral conductor, but also a recognized author, educator, and ethnomusicologist.
... early 60s. The album included music from these 2 as well as James Taylor, Emmy Lou Harris, glen campbell and Alison Krauss to name but a few. Carl was a superb guitarist and banjo player. He joined Glen Campbell's band when he was 15 and spent 10 years working with him as a banjo player. What a great night. Bought this album at the door at the ned of the night and got talking to the doorman who was British. He advised that we drove down to Clarksdale to see good blues when we got to ...