May 2017 Listings
Show 3047: Air Dates: May 25 & 28, 2017
Joe Elmore visits a shop just outside of Chattanooga, where some of the world's best pipe organs are created.
Location: Ooltewah TN, 37363
Contact: Bruce Fowkes or Ralph Richards
Nancy Hoddinott drops in at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville to discover the story behind the famous name.
Location: Nashville TN, 37215
Contact: Erika Wollam Nichols
Gretchen Bates visits a bed and breakfast in Shelbyville that's fun and hospitable to humans and horses alike.
Show 3046: Air Dates: May 18 & 21, 2017
Ken Wilshire stops for a bite at the Country Diner in Cunningham.
Location: Cunningham TN, 37052
Cindy Carter is in Nashville at Class Glass Studio where a simple piece of glass becomes a beautiful piece of art.
Tammi Arender meets a Brentwood author who’s become an ambassador of canoeing and kayaking.
Joe Elmore gets the blues, in a good way, in this Beale Street FLASHBACK from 1989.
Show 3045: Air Dates: May 11 & 14, 2017
Rob Wilds visits a Chapel Hill family who re-purposes junk into beautiful and surprising pieces of furniture at Rustic River Creations.
Location: Chapel Hill TN, 37034
Gretchen Bates visits a spot on Nashville's historic Jefferson Street where brunch meets the bayou.
Location: Nashville TN, 37208
Contact: Carl Carpenter
More Information: Open Fri - Sun 9am - 2pm; Closed Mon - Thurs.
Ken Wilshire explores some of the many wonders the 444-mile long Natchez Trace Parkway has to offer.
Location: Hohenwald TN, 38462
Contact: Natchez Trace Parkway Visitor Center
More Information: The Parkway runs from Natchez Milepost 0 to near Nashville Milepost 444 Map of Tennessee section of Parkway - www.nps.gov/natr/planyourvisit/upload/map4.pdf
Al Voecks highlights the career of "Nashville Sound" saxophonist Boots Randolph, in this Crossroads FLASHBACK.
Show 3044: Air Dates: May 4 & 7, 2017
Joe Elmore takes a nostalgic trip to Elliston Place Soda Shop for a milk shake and some memories.
Ken Wilshire visits a Clarksville couple who gave up the rat race to create Boothill Blades.
Rob Wilds visits a museum in Maryville, which marks the history of Cades Cove and it's people.
Location: Maryville TN, 37803
More Information: FREE Admission. Open - Wednesday ~ Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Other days & hours by appointment
Remember when Nashville boasted a real dinner train, replete with four-course dining and an Elvis impersonator? It was a trip!