Music City U.S.A. (1966)
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This is a musical movie exploring different places and venues in Nashville, TN relative to country music in 1965. These include several places within the Broadway area, a club, and even a couple of mentions of WENO radio, a local country radio station that served the Nashville area at that time. This movie features the music of Webb Pierce, the Wilburn Brothers, Lorene Mann, Warner Mack, Loretta Lynn, Justin Tubb, Dave Dudley, Jean Shephard, Charlie Louvin, Autry Inman, and Gordon Terry, along with some fantastic musicians and a few others. The L & C Tower is featured prominently in the movie so please watch for it. Also, there is a 1913 car in the movie that is carrying several people on Broadway. The story behind that is it was a prize winning for the wife of Billy Robinson, a steel player for the Prince Albert Grand Ole Opry 1948-1952. They sold the car shortly after it was delivered to their home to WENO radio, and it was used for promotional purposes by that station for a number of years. Watch for it in the movie as well. T Tommy Cutrer is one of the main people in the movie. He was a famous annohncer on the Grand Ole Opry in the years prior to this and was involved in politics by the time this movie was filmed (1965). It is kind of a homecoming for him to return during the DJ Convention of 1965 for this movie.
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