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Tennessee Crossroads

January 02, 2020

Season 32 | Episode 26

On Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads, Joe Elmore discovers tasty Southern fare in LaFayette, KY. Cindy Carter visits a shop that creates unique banjos in Gallatin. Rob Wilds takes us to a museum in Nashville that offers a glimpse into the life of singer Patsy Cline (archival footage supplied courtesy of Clear Cut Inc.), and Susan Watson hits the trail to help homeless dogs.

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Patsy Cline Museum on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Patsy Cline Museum

Nashville, TN

It usually takes a great voice to become a singing star, but it takes something more to become a singing legend. If you made a list of legendary singers, Patsy Cline would be on it. Appreciation for her talent continues to grow, even though she died more than half a century ago. Now there's a place to get a sense of who Patsy Cline the singer, the wife, and the mother was. Tennessee Crossroads takes us to the Patsy Cline Museum in Nashville, TN. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.

Tails of the Trail on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Tails of the Trail

Nashville, TN

Every year nearly 4 million dogs enter shelters here in the U.S. Tennessee Crossroads spent the morning with an organization that puts boots on the ground, hiking boots, that is, in an effort to help local canines put their best paw forward and find their forever home. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.

Heartland Banjo & Guitar Company on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Heartland Banjo & Guitar Company

Gallatin, TN

A Tennessee musician has designed the instrument he wants to play so he can perform the music of his choice. Tom Saffell's collaboration with respected luthier, Robin Smith, is a new twist on the traditional banjo.Tennessee Crossroads visited the workshop of Heartland Banjo & Guitar Company where the infinity 8 takes shape.