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... and guitars, and cars…The only non-Americans presented were Hank Snow, Teri Clark, and Keith Urban. It rather made me proud to see Hank Snow and a mention of Nova Scotia. Surprisingly there was nothing about Shania Twain or Ann Murray. I don’t know why Teri Clark made the cut.
We were watching TV during supper when an advertisement aired for an insurance company whose motto is 'Rock Solid’. What ...
... He then sent us off to our seats and offered to find us later to tell us the rest of the story.
The Grand Ole Opery was amazing! It was just the way Justin remembered it on TV when he watched it in his youth. Except now the awkward radio style combo concert with the frequent intermissions was in full glory. Camden and Brendan started out with hint of interest with the occasional toe tap and hand slap, but by halfway in they were looking for it to wrap ...
... was the official first day of the music tour with the orientation at 2:00 pm. Before then we did a little driving around, had lunch and went to Target to get a few things. We also stopped at the Opry Mills shopping center. Brian and I both found a pair of boots. Got to have boots in Nashville, y'all. The orientation was pretty standard stuff and we met the whole group on the tour. There are 25 motorhomes and 49 people. At ...
... meandered along the famed strip, soaking up the atmosphere we called into a couple of boot shops, as Chad was keen to get a pair of cowboy kicks. While browsing we ran into Kasey Chambers and Shane Nicholson (with baby Poet). They were so friendly and happy to chat to two fellow Aussies. They were in town as part of the Americana Music Festival and gave us some ideas ...
... plaster and concrete, but done in such a way as to look more authentic. They also built the statue inside, which was never built in 1897 because of cash poor problems. The statue stands 41 feet tall and is really spectacular to see. I will let the pictures do the talking. The basement has a gift shop and a picture gallery, all the paintings were donatedbmy some wealthy businessman and are worth a bunch. Bye for ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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