Tuesday Snapshots (6/19/12)

Flying Island artist Gwen Sebastian made her Grand Ole Opry debut this past weekend and sang two songs including her current single “Met Him In A Motel Room.” Sebastian has visited the Opry many times, but never performed on the stage before this weekend.

(L-R): Pete Fisher, VP/GM Grand Ole Opry; Sebastian; Little Jimmy Dickens. Photo: Chris Hollo

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The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum recently honored Jimmy Capps in its series Nashville Cats: A Celebration of Music City Musicians. Capps discussed his career, including sessions with Alan Jackson, George Jones, Tammy Wynette and more; as a touring musician with the Louvin Brothers; as a member of the Grand Ole Opry band; and as a regular on RFD-TV’s Larry’s Country Diner.

(L-R) Back Row: Ray Edenton, Billy Linneman, Harold Bradley, Chip Young, David Briggs, Jimmy Capps, Eddie Bayers, Reggie Young, Weldon Myrick, Jerry Kennedy, Hargus “Pig” Robbins, Wayne Moss. Front Row: Gordon Stoker and program host Bill Lloyd. Photo: Donn Jones

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BMI showcased some of its up-and-coming talent at boutique Two Old Hippies on June 14. Performers at the clothing store and venue in Nashville’s Gulch neighborhood included Elise Davis, Brinn Black, and Kara McLeland.

(L-R): Davis, BMI’s Julie Stuckey, Black, and McLeland. Photo: Drew Maynard

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