I have read a book called "My South" and I love it. If you get a chance to read it, do it because it is a wonderful book that gives you the feel of what makes the South so special.
I would like to create something here called "My Nashville" here and hear how you all feel about Nashville. I want to hear from Nashvillians and people that have visited our great city. I want to know what part of Nashville touches you deep in your heart and why you live here or wish you lived here.
I look forward to hearing your input.
My Nashville is walking around inside the Ryman and imagining the history and wishing the walls could talk.
by Craig McMahon; Robert St John; Bryan Curtis
My south is home. It’s the tall pines under which I played in my youth. It’s the soft red clay that was a key ingredient in my mud pies.
In my South, people still say “please” and “thank you,” “yes, ma’am’ and “no, sir.”
My South is sunset symphonies and fine wines…and southern R&B so alive that you can’t sit still and gospel so good it brings you to tears.