Nashville’s Legacy

what they wore

Boots on Broadway

the strings they plucked

Buck Owens guitar case

Buck Owens guitar case

what they drove

Webb Pierce’s car at Country Music Hall of Fame

what they hung on their walls

Hatch Show Print

Hatch Show Print has been in business in Nashville since 1879. Their first print job was a handbill announcing the appearance of the Rev. Henry Ward Stowe, Harriet Beecher Stowe’s brother. For much of its history, from the 20’s until 1992, Hatch was housed at the Ryman Auditorium, the historic home of the Grand Ole Opry. Hatch still prints 200 posters for each show at the Ryman. They’re sold to patrons for $20.


Hatch Show Prints

where they played their favorite songs

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5 Responses to Nashville’s Legacy

  1. BroadBlogs says:

    What an interesting museum! I love this stuff!

    And on a personal note, my violin teacher Jana Jae was once a Buckaroo and was married to Buck Owens for a very short time — so short that she thinks it was really a publicity stunt. He very publicly tried to woo her back and she would have nothing of it! (One of my classmates is in Rod Stewart’s band now, J’ana Jacoby!)


  2. pjlazos says:

    Great montage!


  3. Such fun and colorful photographs, Ken. I love the snazz and pizzaz of Nashville clothing!


  4. This post makes me want to get a bedazzler and go to town on everything I own 🙂

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  5. reocochran says:

    I would really enjoy this museum and would be nostalgic, too. Lovely post! Smiles, Robin 🐦 🏵

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