The Price of Advice

November 19, 2010

I got a call the other day from a perky and friendly woman in New York City asking for advice about Tennessee. This made everything else I was doing leap to the back burner–I was all ears. She told me that she had tracked me down through this blog–O Bliss–and needed help. Even better. She later sent me an email, so I’ll let her tale her tale in her own words: Read the rest of this entry »

Pat Boone, Tennessean

October 21, 2008

Interesting piece piece in the Tennessean about Pat Boone, who lived in Nashville from age two through his college years at David Lipscomb.

Funniest quote: “Believe it or not, when I began, there was no such thing as rock ‘n’ roll,” said Boone, who counts Elvis Presley among his opening acts. “I’ve called myself one of the midwives at the birth of rock ‘n’ roll.”

He’s been called a lot of other things as well.

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