The Grandkids of Country Music
Songs Grandma & Grandpa Used to Play
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This may be Country Music’s Greatest Tribute Show ever. Come hear the Grandchildren of Country’s Biggest Stars sing the songs, tell the stories and talk about growing up in a musical family in the shadow of Country Legends.
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$449 Triple . . . $429 Quad . . . $689 Single
Tayla Lynn performs “Coal Miners Daughter”
Tre Twitty sings “I’d Love to Lay You Down”
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Day 1 – Clarksville, TN
Today, travel to Clarksville, TN. After checking into your local hotel for a three night stay, enjoy a Welcome Dinner at a local restaurant. (D)
Day 2 – Bluegrass Brunch – Storyteller Museum – Hideaway Farm Dinner & Legacy Concert
Start the morning with some toe tapping Bluegrass Brunch with a Clarksville local band called “Passenger Creek.” Those of you who true bluegrass fans, will have heard of Opry legend, Uncle Dave Macon. Keeping with our “grandparent” theme, this morning’s banjo player is John Doubler, Uncle Dave’s great grandson. While that’s pretty impressive, we’ll make it even better with a 3-time state fiddle champion. You won’t find finer bluegrass music anywhere around.
Passenger Creek Bluegrass Brunch
This afternoon visit your choice of local attractions:
- Old Glory Distilling
- Beachaven Winery
- Customs House Museum
Then this afternoon, head south to the thriving metropolis of Bon Aqua, TN (just kidding, the population is about 5,000). Here you visit the Storyteller Museum and learn about Johnny Cash, Red Wortham and the connections between this building and some of the great musicians that came out of Sun Studios in Memphis.
After the tour, you head on over to the Johnny Cash Hideaway Farm, this is hallowed ground. It’s the place that Johnny called the “center of his universe.” You will have a chance to visit his farm house, you will hear stories about his time here and see the famed “One Piece at a Time” car. Then enjoy a beautiful country dinner will be served in the farmyard, followed by a special Legacy Concert performed by the children of Country Music greats. Hilary Williams is the daughter of Hank Williams, Jr. and granddaughter of Hank Williams, Sr. will be joined by Mark Alan Cash, the nephew of Johnny Cash and son of Tommy Cash. They will sing, tell stories and share insights into life growing up around these legends. It’s a special, musical evening under the stars. (B,D)
Hilary Williams – “Old Habits”
Mark Alan Cash – “Uncle Johnny”
Day 3 – Clarksville’s Downtown Market – Historic Collinsville Gospel Brunch – Loretta Lynn Ranch Legacy Concert & Fireworks
You start the day with a visit to Clarksville’s Downtown Market. Take a little time to stroll through this award winning market and sample the fresh baked goods, look at the beautiful arts and crafts and enjoy a little time in the historic Downtown area.
Next, head to Historic Collinsville, a living history Pioneer settlement in rural Montgomery County. This 40 acre settlement offers 16 log building full of authentic furnishings from 1840 – 1900. You will visit with docents and learn about life in the “wild west” and then sit down to a Southern Fried Gospel Luncheon Show, it’s a finger-lickin,’ hand-clapping good time.
Then we head to Hurricane Mills for the rest of the day. Here at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch you will find food vendors and another Legacy Concert with the grandkids of Country Music Royalty! Tayla Lynn is the granddaughter of Loretta Lynn and daughter of Ernest Ray Lynn. She has grown up on the stage and says she started singing as soon as she opened her mouth. She is joined by the grandson of Loretta Lynn’s dear friend Conway Twitty. Together they will thrill the crowd with stories about their legendary families and beautiful music. Their concert is to be followed by fireworks.
After the show, head back to Clarksville. (B,L)
Day 4 – Depart for Home – After breakfast, depart for home. You may have to schedule a later departure than usual, due to the late night on Saturday. (B)