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Bob Teague Is In a League of His Own at Tennessee State Celebration
by Rich and Laura Lynch
Nashville musician Bob Teague was a featured performer on June 1, 2019 at the capitol view outdoor amphitheater as The Bicentennial State Park hosted "Sounds of Statehood" and the 223rd birthday celebration of the State of Tennessee on June 1, 2019.
Bob Teague shared some cool facts about the State of Tennessee.
Bob had the headlining slot in a talent slate that also included sets from Sonja Hopkins, Marcianne O'Day and Brain Salad. Teague told stories and interesting facts about the Volunteer State including that Nashville has more colleges and churches per capita than any other city in the world. And, with the world in mind he added that the draft for the charter of the United Nations was penned in Music City. The little big town clearly is set apart from many other municipalities around the globe.
The latest collection from the Hands of Romance.
What sets Teague apart? Well, he was the touring guitarist for Dobie Gray ("Drift Away") in the 1970's and he has over 2000 copyrights and 50 musical cuts to his name. That's pretty impressive even by Nashville standards. Oh yeah - the only way you can get Bob's music is directly from him for free or from any of the numerous charities that he donates his product to. Bob's latest from his "Hands of Romance" production company is the glorious Channels and Sounds that is itself something special.
A lovely day to celebrate Tennessee's 223rd birthday.
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