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The Songwriter's and Musician's guide to Nashville
The Songwriter's and Musician's guide to Nashville
No other single source provides the scores of useful tips and insider information on the Nashville music scene contained in this indispensable guide. The book details how to get songs heard in Music City, U.S.A., find the industry's decision makers, and learn what they're looking for. Accounts written by city residents tell how to get the most out of a trip to Nashville, offering a unique, one-week itinerary packed with good ideas for setting up an artist showcase, finding recording studios, music publishers, record producers, legal services, and where to stay, eat, and have fun. Sherry Bond has headed the Nashville Entertainment Association, and now runs her own country music publishing company. She lives in Nashville.
  • Brand: Brand: Allworth Press
  • ASIN: 1581150474
Traveller [2 LP]
Traveller [2 LP]
(2LP) Grammy Award winning 2015 debut solo album from US singer-songwriter blending country, southern rock & bluegrass influences.
  • Brand: Mercury Nashville
  • ASIN: B00UI23YDU
  • UPC: 602547255228
  • Part No: 7255228
The Confederacy's Last Hurrah: Spring Hill, Franklin, and Nashville (Modern War Studies)
The Confederacy's Last Hurrah: Spring Hill, Franklin, and Nashville (Modern War Studies)
Following the fall of Atlanta, rebel commander John Bell Hood rallied his demoralized troops and marched them off the Tennessee, desperately hoping to draw Sherman after him and forestall the Confederacy's defeat. But Sherman refused to be lured and began his infamous "March to the Sea," while Hood charged headlong into catastrophe.In this compelling dramatic account of a final and fatal invasion by the Confederate Army of Tennessee, Wile Sword illuminates the missed opportunities, senseless bloody assaults, poor command decisions, and stubborn pride that resulted in 23,500 Confederate losses—including 7,00 casualties in one battle—and the pulverization of the South's second largest army.Sword follows Hood and his army as they let an early advantage and possible victory slip away at Spring Hill, then engage in a reckless and ill-fated frontal attack on Franklin, often called the "Gettysburg of the West." Despite that disaster, Hood refuses to yield and presses on the Nashville and a two-day bloodbath that unhinges what is left of his battered troops—the worst defeat suffered by any army during the war.Telling the story from both the Confederate and the Union perspectives, Sword pursues personalities as well as battles and troop strategy. He portrays Hood as a gutsy yet irre...
  • Brand: University Press of Kansas
  • ASIN: 0700606505
  • Part No: illustrations
Country & Western Connie Francis Style
Country & Western Connie Francis Style
EU-only release. By the early 1960s, not only was Connie Francis established as the most successful female singer in the world, she was easily the most prolific, cutting an average of six LPs and four or five singles per year. Many of her albums were themed towards specific markets, and in 1959 she released her first LP?of dedicated Country & Western material, Country & Western Golden Hits, which was essentially a collection of covers of recent Country hits. It was sufficiently successful that in 1962 she recorded a second similarly-structured Country & Western?LP, Country Music Connie Style, on which she was backed by full Nashville "A"?Team, including Floyd Cramer, Grady Martin, Buddy Harman, Jerry Kennedy, Boots Randolph, Harold Bradley and Bob Moore. These two albums provide the basis for this compilation, which is augmented by a further half-dozen similarly-styled sides, including a couple of her million-selling singles, 'Everybody's Somebody's Fool' and 'Second-Hand Love' (the latter, perhaps her quintessential Countrypolitan recording); a pair of unissued rarities, 'On The Outside Looking In' and 'No One Ever Sends Me Roses'; and two further Nashville sides, 'Come On Jerry' and 'Careless Love', which appeared on her Sings Folk Song Favorites?LP. Although much of Connie's e...
  • Brand: Francis, Connie
  • ASIN: B00ZXON30W
  • UPC: 604988366020
  • Part No: CDJAS3660
Beauty in the Breakdown: Choosing to Overcome
Beauty in the Breakdown: Choosing to Overcome
Country music singer Julie Roberts is no stranger to overcoming hard times through determination, hard work, and strength. Having escaped the emotional residue of her alcoholic father’s actions and insults, Julie moved from South Carolina to Nashville, Tennessee, to attend Belmont University and work as a receptionist at Mercury Records—all while secretly pursuing her dream of becoming a singer. Filling her nights with music and booking shows at obscure venues, the one requirement when Julie was hired at Universal Music Group was that she not be an aspiring singer. Yet, despite her best efforts to keep quiet, Julie knew God had placed music within her as a child and that it was bound to come out sooner or later. Raw, honest, and sometimes painful, Julie’s lyrics resonated quickly with country music fans, and her emotion-soaked debut album—a reflection of her own painful past—was an instant success.Just as Julie’s dreams were coming true, her life began to unravel. Soon, she was battling debilitating physical illness, the rising waters of Nashville’s hundred-year flood, and a stalled career. Instead of succumbing to despair, Julie proved miraculously resilient—taking the steps she needed to face adversity head on and rebuild her life through her characteristic opti...
  • Brand: HarperCollins Christian Pub.
  • ASIN: 0785219595
From A Room: Volume 2 [LP]
From A Room: Volume 2 [LP]
VOLUME TWO : 2017 album from Grammy Award-winning US singer-songwriter, recorded in the legendary RCA Studio A in Nashville. Includes 'Millionaire' & 'A Simple Song'.
  • Brand: Mercury Nashville
  • ASIN: B076FPHD9B
  • UPC: 602557970623
  • Part No: 06025 5797062
The Faith of Dolly Parton: Lessons from Her Life to Lift Your Heart
The Faith of Dolly Parton: Lessons from Her Life to Lift Your Heart
Dolly Parton has entertained, educated, and inspired millions of fans for over five decades. Whether she’s writing songs, performing live, recording new albums, acting in or producing new movies and TV programs, expanding her wildly successful Dollywood amusement park, helping children around the world learn to read with her Imagination Library nonprofit, or donating millions of dollars to schools, charities, and people in need, the Queen of Country Music has never been shy about crediting her Christian faith for her success.“A belief in God is essential,” Dolly shares. “You have to believe in something bigger than yourself. We grew up believing that through God all things are possible.” Growing up in the little mountain church where her grandfather preached, Dolly started singing hymns and playing guitar at services when she was only six. Consequently, she has never been shy about discussing her faith and relationship with God. “People say, ‘Well, I am surprised that you talk about your faith,’ and I say, ‘Why not? That’s who I am. That’s what keeps me going,’” she explains. Tennessee native, Dolly fanboy, and award-winning writer Dudley Delffs now spotlights ten faith lessons as evidenced in Dolly’s life, music, interviews, and attitude. The Faith o...
  • Brand: HarperCollins Christian Pub.
  • ASIN: 0310352924
  • UPC: 025986352929
  • Part No: 9780310352921
Tennessee Plowboy & His Guitar
Tennessee Plowboy & His Guitar
(5-CD LP-sized box-set with 40-page book) Contains songs from 1944-50, including all of his output from this period as well as over 35 of his hits, available here in their original versions for the first time on CD.
  • Brand: Bear Family
  • ASIN: B0000251B7
  • Part No: BCD15726
Ultimate Collection
Ultimate Collection
2007 two CD collection from the female wildcat herself, Miss Wanda Jackson. Often referred to as 'the female Elvis', Wanda was a '50s Rock 'N' Roll dynamo that may not have had Elvis' fame, but she sure did have his fire! Don't call her diva, call her Miss Jackson, the wildest kitten in Rock history! 48 tracks including 'I Gotta Know', 'Slippin', 'My Big Iron Skillet', 'Right Or Wrong', 'My Baby Walked Right Out on Me' and many more. EMI Gold.
  • Brand: EMI Europe Generic
  • ASIN: B000QGE75M
  • UPC: 094639712021
  • Part No: CD3971202
Nashville Tennessee City Skyline Women's V-Neck T-Shirt
Nashville Tennessee City Skyline Women's V-Neck T-Shirt
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  • Color: White
  • Size: XL
Nashville Tennessee City Skyline Long Sleeve T-Shirt
Nashville Tennessee City Skyline Long Sleeve T-Shirt
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Tennessee Centennial Exposition, Nashville, Open Until November 1, 1897
Tennessee Centennial Exposition, Nashville, Open Until November 1, 1897
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    Personnel: Hank Locklin (vocals, guitar); Chet Atkins, Grady Martin, Rusty Kershaw (electric guitar); Velma W. Smith, Ray Edenton, Jimmy Selph, Jack Shook (guitar); Jimmy Day (steel guitar); Brenton Banks, Cecil Brower, Lillian Hunt (violin); Booker Rowe, Marvin Chantry, Gary VanOsdale (viola); Byron Bach (cello); Anita Kerr, Gordon Stoker (accordion, background vocals); Homer
    Personnel: Hank Locklin (vocals, guitar); Chet Atkins, Grady Martin, Rusty Kershaw (electric guitar); Velma W. Smith, Ray Edenton, Jimmy Selph, Jack Shook (guitar); Jimmy Day (steel guitar); Brenton Banks, Cecil Brower, Lillian Hunt (violin); Booker Rowe, Marvin Chantry, Gary VanOsdale (viola); Byron Bach (cello); Anita Kerr, Gordon Stoker (accordion, background vocals); Homer "Boots" Randolph (saxophone); Floyd Kramer (piano); Ray Stevens (harpsichord); Bill Walker (vibraphone); Bob Moore, Jerry Byrd, Henry Strzelecki, Roy Huskey, Jr. (bass); Buddy Harman, Ken Buttrey, Jerry Carrigan (drums); The Jordanaires, Hoyt Hawkins, June Page (background vocals).Producers: Stephen H. Sholes, Chet Atkins.Compilation producers: Rob Santos.Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Nashville, Tennessee between 1955 & 1967. Includes liner notes by Rich Kienzle.This is part of RCA's "Country Legends" series.
    RCA COUNTRY LEGENDS [HANK LOCKLIN] [CD] [1 DISC] [078636514321]
      James Robertson, Father of Tennessee and Founder of Nashville - eBook
      James Robertson, Father of Tennessee and Founder of Nashville - eBook
      This is the story of Americas first western frontier, when brave men and women crossed the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains to find better lives for themselves and their families.James Robertson led the first group of settlers over the mountains and founded the first white settlement in what would later become East Tennessee. But they were not alone. Centuries earlier, the Cherokees came from the north, conquered the local tribes, and settled there.In the year before the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, British Indian agents began inciting the Cherokees, Shawnees, and other western tribes. The frontiersmen mobilized their militias and eventually defeated the Cherokees. Afterward, James Robertson was appointed Indian Agent to keep the peace.In 1779, Robertson entered into an agreement with Richard Henderson and John Donelson to settle the area around the French Lick, which would later become Nashville. After their arrival in 1780, Indian attacks soon commenced. Using large-scale attacks and small ambushes, the protracted war against the settlers lasted for fifteen years. Richard Henderson fled, and John Donelson was killed. James Robertsons determination and steadfast leadership was the glue that kept the infant settlement together.George Washington appreciated Robertsons leadership and appointed him Brigadier General of the Western Militia. Andrew Jacksons military training began as a private serving in General Robertsons militia. Jackson learned well, and years later replaced Robertson after his retirement. Boone, Clark, Sevier, Shelby, Blount and Bledsoe were other western leaders who trusted James Robertson.James Robertsons long military and civic career began before the American Revolution and ended after the Battle of Talladega during the War of 1812. He was a brave, intelligent and patriotic leader who believed in Manifest Destiny and founded Nashville, the nations westernmost settlement of that era.
        USA, Tennessee, Nashville. Western singer Eddy Arnold's guitar. Print Wall Art By Cindy Miller Hopkins
        USA, Tennessee, Nashville. Western singer Eddy Arnold's guitar. Print Wall Art By Cindy Miller Hopkins
        Photographic PrintThis photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.
        • Color: Multicolor
        • Size: 16" x 24"16 x 24
        Nashville (Tennessee) - eBook
        Nashville (Tennessee) - eBook
        Nashville is the capital of the American state of Tennessee. Nashville is sometimes called the "Country Music Capital of the World" or more often "Music City, USA"; however, Nashville has done much to escape its country music image and become a regional center of culture and commerce.The music is various; major rap artists and rock bands (Young Buck, Haystak, Kings of Leon, Paramore, and Ben Folds) claim Nashville as their hometown, and the city is also the epicenter of the contemporary Christian music industry.Nashville has been the home of the world-famous Grand Ole Opry since 1925. Nashville also has a great bar scene. If you like to drink, you can go "Honky-tonking," also known as "bar-hopping."Wink Travel Guides introduce you to the best world travel destinations, in a clear and concise way, illustrated by photos.
          Jimmy Hoffa Is Shot With An Air Pistol Nashville, Tennessee December 5, 1962 - eBook
          Jimmy Hoffa Is Shot With An Air Pistol Nashville, Tennessee December 5, 1962 - eBook
          Jimmy Hoffa was tried in Nashville, Tennessee in December 1962. Hoffa was indicted for violating the Taft-Hartley Act when after he took money from a Detroit transportation in return for settling a labor dispute. Before this case the Teamsters boss had beaten federal government raps on three successive occasions. On December 5th the judicial proceedings were interrupted by a man who rushed through a gated partition between court spectators and trial principals.