Red Roof Inn Nashville Fairgrounds
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... Easter was the next day, we heard some Gospel that brought tears to our eyes, Carrie and I "lost it" a couple of times.
We talked about the show all the way home. It truly was a great way to end our last night in Nashville. Everybody has a little bit of country in them and the stories told are honest, down to earth and very entertaining. We look forward to following the careers of Casey James, Mo Pitney, Rhiannon Giddens, Chris Janson and Charles Esten. Wow!
... country Nashville really is. There was a college football game going on that night with the local team vs. the Florida gators and I was amazed at how many gators fans there were. People in the USA love their college football. There was a fantastic candy store open that had mouth watering homemade candy and chocolate goodies. We didn’t have supper so we split a Gopher, which is a pecan chocolate caramel blob, and ...
We got up about 8:00 am, showered & went down for complimentary breakfast. It was very good ... Biscuits & gravy, eggs & sausage. Headed out to downtown Nashville to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Good tour! Very nice place. We hustled out after 2 hours to plug another hour into the meter so that we could go to the vocal harmony demonstration. The duo of Jeni & Billy were awesome. Their two ...
... though that both Jefferson and Adams died on the 50th anniversary of this being signed within half an hour of each other, if that happened today there would be a massive inquiry. Then it just went down as legend.
The house took him 40 years to build, he was a self taught architect and basically a genius. It just made me think though that if I was told that it was going to take 40 years to build a house I'd say forget it, its bad enough watching Grand designs when they go over ...
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There are Armadillos on the western slopes of the Appalachian range reaching even east of Knoxville. Well...dead ones at least.
Meanderings through Music City.
There have to be 25 country radio stations. NPR, "Lightning 100" and "Hippie Radio" must have had an epic battle for it's place between those twangy frequencies. After traversing the mini-canyons that surround the Cumberland river, I ...