Knights Inn Nashville-Antioch
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Saturday morning saw us getting up early to travel Downtown to queue for seats for a Close-Up concert & interview with one of our favourites - Chris Young. Afterwards we had lunch at the famous Wild Horse saloon where there is live music & basic level linedancing later in the day. Then the night-time concert where the highlights for us were Little Big Town, who are so likeable they are fast becoming the Abba of Country ...
... trail we then went to Tootsies, another iconic honky tonk, which did not disappoint. Tootsies has upstairs and downstairs but we were sucked in to the amazing downstairs music so we didn't even get to the other band...Greig had decided the band we were listening to was better then the upstairs band anyway. At Tootsies the bar staff mounted the bar and sang their hearts out along with the rest of the band who were ...
... 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 ...
... made went gold or platinum. Not sure how many songs he recorded.
Then comes the costume room. There was a lot of the clothes he wore in his movies. But the best thing was all the costumes with the big collars and capes that he wore on stage. They were all hand made and beaded. Gawdy but beautiful at the same time.
Sunday, May 18th, Tony and I decided to take a stroll around Fisk University. The Grandeur of the buildings lured me to the campus. So, it was about 10am the grounds seemed so empty but lush and flowing like a park. We parked the car and started walking around the large campus enjoying the buildings and the many historical markers explaining the history in the vast, but old college.