Crestwood Suites Of Nashville-Madison
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- Swimming pool
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... Nashville took me down... I bled in Nashville good old Nashville town..... Well I'm now limping in Nashville makes it hard to get around.... W-ell I bled in Nashville... Nashville took me down... I bled in Nashville good old Nashville town........... Maybe I shouldn't give up my day job So we limped off to the Johnny Cash museum. Johnny was christened JR but ...
... Elvis purchased the house for his mother for Christmas when he was 22 years old for $100,000. Upon arrival on the shuttle we got given iPads and headphones. This was a great idea as you could go at your own pace through the house and listen to information about each area of the home. We were not allowed upstairs as this was Elvis' private area and out of respect remains that way. The living and dining room was beautiful. Other parts of the house were very interesting, and ...
... coincidently has become my greatest skill over here) today I've been contacting radio stations and tomorrow I'm going to hire a car and visit some, get them to play my song. I have a radio interview via Skype later which will be interesting....little do they know but I love talking s**t (Hollie Crowe) so I have been given bullet points by my Dad. My unofficial manager! I will report back with a full revue. Right now I'm off ...
... origins of country music in America. I loved every minute. It be home to the round room, decorated with all the inductees into the hall of fame. Impressive, but one cannot help notice that the honor role is skewed towards white men. Sure Dolly is there, Emmylou, Patsy Cline, but the white guys take the cake and eat most of it too, just ask Charlie Pride. We again met up with the McNatts and 8 Ball round sunset at a rhythm and blues jam over at "Carol Ann's Home Cooking ...
... The band played lots of fun covers and some of their own toons and lot's of folks were line dancing. Sue and I tried to do some dancing. I couldn't figure it out and sat down. We tried to get the kids to dance with us but that was a non-starter. We stayed in the saloon for over an hour before we decided to venture out onto Broadway. Ben told me that the singer looked right at him when he was asking people ...