A couple of Nashville cool cats in their sunglasses.
Yet another BBQ place, Jack’s on Lower Broadway
Our final day in the Music City was spent, mainly, relaxing on the RV. Our pace over the first few days had been hectic, and we were preserving our energy for one last hurrah in the evening. We scored pretty good seats for another Grand Ole Opry performance, this time featuring Keith Urban. We felt blessed and were pretty excited for a repeat trip to enjoy the music and ambience of the nation’s longest continual-running live radio program.
The Grand Ole Opry House, primary home of the Grand Ole Opry since 1974.
Waiting at the doors for entrance into the auditorium.
John Conlee, Opry member since 1981, got things started for the evening.
Brooks and Dunn sang a few songs, including “Maria,” for the appreciative crowd.
The young female duet, Maddie and Tae, performing at the Grand Ole Opry.
The excitable Collin Raye, singing a few of his hits for us.
The hilarious Bill Anderson singing a few silly songs for us.
Jason Crabb at the Grand Ole Opry
Chris Janson is one talented singer and one funny dude!
Daily and Vincent, performing some excellent bluegrass music.
Last, but not least, Keith Urban, finished off the evening with a few of his hits.
Blue Ain’t Your Color
Our time in Nashville had come to a close and it was time to continue our journey southward. The next morning we would pull out of the Grand Ole RV Park and drive on.
Our site at the Grand Ole RV Resort north of Nashville.
Sharing my drink with Taylor Swift just outside of Madame Tussaud’s.
Cindy and Christy with George Strait just outside Madame Tussaud’s.