Days Inn - Goodlettsville
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... 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.
FREE to walk around and enjoy this lovely park. Located across the street from Hall of Fame..Great to walk around and just check out the STARS..!!!
... as the Union Gospel Tabernacle in 1892; it later became the home of The Grand Ole Opry, a radio show broadcasting from 1943-1974. After that, it fell into disrepair until Emmy Lou Harris and her band performed there in 1992, sparking a renewed interest in the auditorium's history.
I could almost hear Minnie Pearl shouting ...
... stonehenge but made out of polystyrene. It was set on a hill by the side of the road and had a full size wizard overlooking it. Not sure why the guy decided to do this who built it, I suppose the same could be said about the real one and why they lifted really massive rocks. At least the other one you could easily move about. There was only a slight bit of damage to it but mostly to the wizard who was missing a hand.
We drove through the blue ridge mountains and got some ...
... was that the picture in the background was Peggy’s Cove lighthouse! No question about it.
This evening we attended the Grand Ole Opry. The performers were Mandisa, Lorrie Morgan, Pam Tillis Jeannie Seely, Natalie Grant, Amy Grant, and LeAnn Rimes. It was a special fundraising performance for breast cancer. I am not familiar with a couple of the singers but they were all excellent, a really entertaining ...