The Grand Ole Opry: The Making of an American Icon
This official guide chronicles the story of the birthplace of country music as told by the people who were there. Escott presents the official inside history of the home of country music, offering fans an exclusive look into the heart and soul of country music. Full color, and packed with photos from the Opry Archives covering 80 years of history.
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Escott's (Hank Williams: Snapshots from the Lost Highway) handsomely illustrated book is the first of three major titles from Center Street in partnership with Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, the ... Read full review
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