Days Inn Joelton-Nashville
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... one of the cool looking ambulances. Our first stop was antique archeology the Nashville American Pickers shop (Greigs favourite TV show). The shop was in the old Marathon Motor Works building and was filled with a lot of cool stuff we wanted to bring home. The Motor Works building is now full of lovely little shops; clothing, coffee, brewery, distillery, handmade wonders and so much more. After sampling the beer, spicy coffee and salted caramel coffee ...
16 .23 Well finally we are here. The place I secretly thought was going to be my highlight of the trip. The shuttle bus in from the hotel dropped us right around the corner from The Ryman Auditorium, original home off the Grand Ole Opry and birthplace of bluegrass. Every significant country singer dreamt of playing there and felt they'd made it when they did. We did a tour of the Ryman which was cool and part of the deal was you could record a country cd with backing from the ...
... 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.
... the place, sang a million songs, made friends with a bunch of local college students and made very good friends with a guy called Mark, an immigrant over there from Oz. So much fun did we have with Mark, he's due to join us in Memphis tonight, stay in the same hotel and share a taxi to and from town with us.
So, that was music city , music all day every day everywhere. Tonight is Memphis, but first it's back to bed for another hours kip before we hit the road.
... if you ask me but like I said fanatics.
Decided to go and head back so found the multistory carpark where we had parked, payed the toll and then drove to the gate which didn't have an attendant, the barrier wasnt moving so we drove the other barrier, this did the same. We were in there for a while trying to contact the company on the phone but no answer, so I drove up on the curb and around the barrier and shot out, I was just waiting for the police chase to begin but it ...