One of the many rare Corvettes in the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
The stage that started it all in the Mother Church: The Rymann Auditorium.
The stained glass at the Mother Church.
The plaque of my favorite artist in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Part of the Nashville skyline from the roof of the George Jones Museum.
The sunset over the Cumberland River from the George Jones Mueseum roof.
The home of the show that made country music famous: The Grand Ole Opry House.
Big guitars in front of the big house of country music.
The rain fell before the show.
David Nail hits the stage.
Dustin Lynch serenades the crowd.
Billy Bob Thorton, seriously, and his band appear on the Grand Ole Opry.
Thomas Rhett perfomed his new single at the time, 'Die A Happy Man'.
Thomas Rhett was my opening act... then I danced on stage. True story.
Opry member Craig Morgan turns in another great performance.
The Oak Ridge Boys were a crowd favorite.
The wall of records at the Johnny Cash Museum.
A shiny guitar neck is a happy guitar neck.
Even Johnny Cash's guitar was decked out all in black.
Roy Orbison goodies at the Johnny Cash museum.
Sun Studios in Memphis, TN. The start to so many careers: Elvis, Cash, Lewis and Orbison.
The entry to Sun Studios.
Elvis' Graceland. The promised land for a bunch of TVs in this room.
Welcome to the Jungle Room.
Looking at the front side of Graceland.
Taking Care of Business.
Gotta fly in style if you are Elvis.
Great eats and great atmosphere at Tin Roof in downtown Memphis.
B.B. King standing tall at the Memphis Visitor Center.
Elvis standing tall, too.
Elvis from behind.
Field of Dreams. Farm country, Iowa. It was a dream.