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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Nashville, TN was the last stop on my cross-country road trip in August 2016. I know there is a ton of fun stuff to do in Nashville, but this was one of my primary destinations. 1,112 more words

Jon Pardi Speaks Up For His Home State

Jon Pardi was part of a songwriter’s session at the recent Nashville CMA Fest and during a Q&A with the audience, Jon was asked whether he felt an obligation to keep the “California country sound” going. 254 more words

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Nashville, TN

After nearly a month of being away from my crazy college friend Katie, we finally met up again in Nashville. Nashville is one of my favourite places; I have 3 reasons for this 1) The people in Nashville are extremely friendly 2)The food comes in huge sizings and 3)  The live music and the beer! 420 more words

Visiting Nashville was a perfect blend of country and fun for our crew. This city has so much to offer…with a rich music heritage and historical treasures, Nashville serves up some serious family fun. 1,912 more words

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“I can’t change the direction of the wind,

but I can adjust my sails to always reach

my destination.”

Jimmy Ray Deans (August 10, 1928 – June 13, 2010), American country music singer, television host, actor and businessman, was nominated for the Country Music Hall of Fame and inducted posthumously.

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Jeff Cook Reveals Parkinson's Diagnosis

Country Music Hall of Famer Jeff Cook of Alabama revealed his diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease today. “This disease robs you of your coordination, your balance, and causes tremors,” Cook tells The Tennessean. 150 more words

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Taking in the Nashville Skyline

BY TARA BURKE 

On most of our trips Cailin and I try to get a good look at the skyline of whatever city we’re in! We heard that the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge which connects East Nashville to Downtown, gave excellent views of the cityscape, so we hopped in an Uber and headed for the downtown entrance to the bridge. 161 more words

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