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  1. The Escorts were the busiest band in Nashville during the 60's. They played gigs in Printer's Alley, and for a while, around , they even operated their own teen club, The Sack, next to East High School on Gallatin Road. They played all the high schools and Teen Clubs and were in great demand.
  2. Millie Bobby Brown missed out on a role in 'Logan' after auditioning for a part in the franchise.. The 'Stranger Things' actress revealed how she did put herself forward to be involved in the final installment in the Wolverine film series, and though she wasn't cast, she still regards it as one her best auditions.
  3. When Bobby Bare first arrived in Nashville to advance his music career, he met a songwriter named Mel Tillis, and the lifelong friendship they formed help produce numerous Country Music classics.
  4. Oct 20,  · BEREA, Ohio -- Gene Hickerson, the Cleveland Browns Hall of Fame right guard whose blocking helped Jim Brown, Leroy Kelly and Bobby Mitchell make .
  5. View Larry Brown's musician profile on Fandalism. Fandalism is a site where musicians like Larry Brown meet guitarists, drummers, bassists, singers, and other musicians. Fandalism is for musicians.
  6. Jul 12,  · Investigation Leads to Arrests In Illegal Dilaudid Distribution Ring. 7/12/ July 12, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A nearly year-long investigation that began in August by the Specialized Investigations Division Narcotics Unit, 20th Judicial District Drug Task Force, and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation resulted in the arrest or identification of 29 persons involved in a major.
  7. Jun 15,  · Nashville stars, friends and fans remembered longtime Grand Ole Opry member Jim Ed Brown for his faith and friendships at a music-filled memorial service Monday in .
  8. Mar 20,  · Bob Dylan defined Chuck Berry as “Shakespeare of rock ‘n’ roll,” After Another Side saw Dylan move away from topical songwriting, Bringing It all Back Home was a return, and it kicked off with the wild ride of “Subterranean Homesick Blues.” Borrowing from the title of Jack Kerouac’s novel The Subterraneans, the song was a beat poetry-inspired glimpse into the burgeoning.

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