Extended Stay America - Nashville - Airport
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... we'd encountered on this journey. The tightest gospel blues band since James Brown's Rev. Cleophus ensemble, with about 5 members whose chops were worthy of the term "Jesus Christ Almighty!" The choir was equally divine. About 20 folks and one or two soloists near the beginning and end. Incredible voices, powerful and present. It all came from the heart and for their God; music such as this does not come packaged in concert or gig form. Of course, people received the ...
... in especially for my Mum, who is a huge Kris Kristofferson fan. Barry is now too,
We went to a bar called Swingin' Doors for lunch. As we walked in, the guy singing stopped, asked where we were from, then proceeded to take the **** out of us. He was quite funny, but we gave back as good as what we got.
Tammy and I then had a ...
Our bags are packed, itinerary is set, all that's left is to make sure everything is ready to go here before we leave! It has been a crazy few days in which we hardly believe we leave so soon! It feels like only yesterday when we decided to go on his trip! We have been planning for months and we are so excited to finally see and explore everything we have been reading about! And yet we feel a little ...
... one of the best gigs we'd ever been to. All of the musicians were immensely talented, and the line-up included the most recorded bass player of all time, Michael Rhodes. He may have been the coolest person we've ever seen. We googled him after the show, and they weren't lying - he's recorded with the likes of Johnny Cash, Elton John, Dolly Parton and Sting, and so many more. There was also a special guest in the audience who got up to play, a piano virtuoso called John Jarvis ...
... in the Benchmark and didn't regret it. They were wicked (and a break from country which everyone needs in Nashville!) We listened and danced and made friends with some canadian truck drivers who made us do shots of Jaagermeister - never trust canadians! Made friends with some more canadians on the street on the way to the next bar. They were sleeping in their car too and on their way to Memphis so hopefully will bump into them again. By the time BJ bargained a cab driver down to $20 ...