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Dylan, Cash and The Nashville Cats

Country Music Hall of Fame Exhibit

Double CD Release

Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and The Nashville Cats

Bob Dylan’s decision to record in Nashville in 1966 provided a major catalyst for bringing many others to what must have seemed like a very unlikely destination in the politically polarized sixties.  1,420 more words

Neil Young


On the day after nine people have been senselessly slaughtered for no other reason than the color of their skin, it’s difficult to write about my enthusiasm for being in Nashville, Music City. 168 more words

Chipping Away At My Bucket List

My bucket list seems to get longer the older I get. Isn’t that always the way? So much to do, so little time….

Anyway, visiting more of the good old USA is on that list. 679 more words


Grand Ole Opry member Jim Ed Brown dies at 81

This is from Fox News Entertainment.

The world of Country Music mourns the passing of one of the legends of Country Music Jim Ed Brown. 492 more words

6/12/15 Ode to Jim Ed Brown

Some of the most delightful singing I have ever heard on this planet came from the harmonious voices of Jim Ed Brown and his sisters, Maxine and Bonnie, who were simply known as “The Browns.” The Browns were rightfully inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame just a few weeks ago; they deserved their place much sooner. 884 more words

Day Three & Four - Nashville Sightseeing

We decided to spend the next two days in downtown Nashville. We wanted to see the Country Music Hall of Fame and The Ryman as well as visit Broadway where all the bars and Honky Tonks are.   328 more words


The road.....home?

We departed Clermont on April 01 and, instead of heading north as most snowbirds do, we headed south and spent a couple of days at the Silver Palms RV Resort in Lake Okeechobee, Florida, which is 120 miles southeast from Clermont.  2,092 more words