Nashville's comeback try

Mannix, Margaret
July 1994
U.S. News & World Report;7/4/94, Vol. 117 Issue 1, p64
Visits Branson, Missouri and Nashville, Tennessee, two cities that offer a plethora of country music concerts and other entertainment. How Branson made Nashville wake up and capitalize on the explosion in popularity of country music; Nashville's Grand Ole Opry; New music venues that mimic Branson's fast-paced country and variety shows; Branson's family values; Celebrities; What the two cities represent. INSET: A tale of two cities (travel tips for Nashville and Branson).


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