Nashville: The Pilgrims Of Guitar Town

Nashville: The Pilgrims Of Guitar Town


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Nashville: The Pilgrims Of Guitar Town by Robert Hicks, Michel Arnaud

9 x 11 in. (230 x 300mm) Hardcover 152 pages 200 photographs A photographic portrait of Nashville, Tennessee, the residents and newcomers who have all been seduced by the promise of 'music city, USA' in Nashville: The Pilgrims of Guitar Town, photographer Michel Arnaud and writer Robert Hicks wander beyond the Grand Ole Opry to a place filled with high hopes, hard work, and, more than anything else, guitars. The book guides the reader through Nashville telling its story and also discusses: Hopes & dreams When dreams come true Legends in Nashville Some have seen their dreams come true, some never will, but this wonderful collection of captivating images proves that the journey itself is its own destination.

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ISBN-13: 9781597640596
Publisher: New Line Books
Publication date: 01/28/2005
Pages: 152
Product dimensions: 8.80(w) x 11.22(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

An avid collector and Civil War buff, Robert Hicks illuminates the era he finds so intriguing in his first novel, The Widow of the South. In our interview, he reflects on his affinity for another southern writer: "I claim little connection with Faulkner, other than the hold that the past had on him and has on me," he explains. "Like him, I remain optimistic about the future, despite the turmoil of the world."


Franklin, Tennessee

Date of Birth:

January 30, 1951

Place of Birth:

West Palm Beach, Forida

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