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Top 10 Free Things to Do in Nashville, TN

It’s no wonder that Nashville is considered Music City. The entire metropolis permeates with music and arts. If you are around or in town, be sure to stop by these top 10 free things to do in Nashville, Tennessee, put on a pair of boots, and go honky tonkin’!  1,445 more words

Travel & Cultures

When Life Imitates Country Music

David Ramsey‘s essay in the fall issue of Oxford American is partly about honky-tonk singer Gary Stewart; partly about the loss of his wife’s father, Mr. 272 more words

Nonfiction

Classic Album Review: Son Volt, 'Honky Tonk'

Son Volt’s 1995 debut Trace is one of my all-time favorite albums. My mother played it for us in the car constantly during the summer before I began sixth grade. 748 more words

Texas Unleashed

And so the sands of time brought us to Dallas, Texas, and more unbearable heat. We stopped off at the Forth Worth Stockyards before heading to our hotel, in order to have a chance to view the twice-daily cattle drive, as well as for people to have the opportunity to pick up some authentic cowboy wear for our upcoming trip to the rodeo. 1,726 more words

Travel

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I’ve noticed a lack of twang on your country music station

Legendary call letters, heard by those both near and far… 441 more words

Poetry

September 6, 1916: And They Immediately Squeezed the Charmin

Before September 6, 1916, if you needed groceries, you would head to your local store and present your list to the friendly grocer standing behind the counter. 348 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

 "Honky Tonk" 

“Honky Tonk” is rhythm and blues instrumental written by Billy Butler, Bill Doggett, Clifford Scott and Shep Shepherd. Doggett recorded it as a two-part… 274 more words

Blues