Photos

 

October 2011 Tour

Branson, Memphis and Nashville Motorcoach Tour with West-Pic Travel and Country 1130 KBMR.

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    The Duttons, Abigail, Jonathan and Amy.
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    Abigail, Jonathan, Amy and Timothy.
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    And one more of the Duttons at their theater in Branson, Missouri.
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    Herkimer and son Cecil.
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    Herkimer and son Cecil (real names Gary and Eric).
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    John Presley.
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    Greg and Scott Presley.
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    The Presleys.
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    Herkimer and son Cecil and during on of their routines.
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    Looking out over Branson back to the Tablerock Dam.
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    Looking at Lake Tanycomo.
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    Lake Tanycomo.
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    Getting ready to board the shuttle buses to the Graceland Mansion.
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    The front of Graceland.
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    The stairs leading upstairs. This area is off limits to the general public out of repsect for the Presley family. Elvis was found dead in the bathroom beyond the blue curtain.
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    The lliving room.
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    Picture of a young Elvis on the stairs leading up the stairs.
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    The dining room.
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    The pool room.
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    The jungle room.
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    The other side of the jungle room.
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    The backyard of Graceland.
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    Looking at the backside of the Graceland mansion.
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    Fans at the meditation garden where Elvis and family are buried.
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    The grave site of Elvis.
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    Another view.
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    All the graves at the meditation garden.
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    A replica of Loretta Lynn's former home that was in Butcher Holler, Kentucky.
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    Look at Loretta's plantation home from across the Duck River.
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    The window to the left is the brown room at the Hurricane Mills and is suppose to be haunted.
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    Another view of the plantation home.
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    Our group listening to the Bob, the tour guide.
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    Two of the carriages on her property.
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    Getting ready to go into Loretta's former plantation home.
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    The plantation home where Loretta and her family lived.
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    The road leading away from the home.
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    Another view of Loretta's home.
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    Inside the Opryland Hotel.
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    Charley Pride signing autographs at the Grand Ole Opry.
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    Our two groups.
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    Another of our two groups.
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    Inside the Fontanel Mansion, the former home of Barbara Mandrell.
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    Inside the Fontanel Mansion, the former home of Barbara Mandrell.
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    Inside the Fontanel Mansion, the former home of Barbara Mandrell.
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    Buck Owens gave this guitar to Barbara before his death. It hangs the wall in the big room at Fontanel Mansion.
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    Barbara's formal dining room at Fontanel Mansion.
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    Inside the Fontanel Mansion, the former home of Barbara Mandrell.
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    Inside the Fontanel Mansion, the former home of Barbara Mandrell.
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    The kitchen at Fontanel Mansion.
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    The Parthenon at Centennial Park in Nashville.
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    Another view of the Parthenon.
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    The stage at the Ryman Auditorium.
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    The AT&T Building, also known as the Batman building.
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    The bronze statues of Roy and Minnie at the Ryman.
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    Outside the Ryman.
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    The original backdrop at the Ryman.
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    The stained glass windows on the backside of the Ryman.
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    Another shot outside the Ryman.
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    The top of the AT&T buidling.
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    The members of Rascall Flats after being inducted as members of the Grand Ole Opry.
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    The audience at the Opry.
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    Jimmy C. Newman.
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    Little Jimmy Dickens.
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    Chuck Mead, formerly of BR549.
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    Jeannie Seely.
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    The Whites.
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    Charley Pride.
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    Rascall Flats.
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    Craig Morgan.
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    Ronnie Dunn.
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    Outside at the Hall of Fame.
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    This is where the Nashville Predators play. Located across from the Hall of Fame.
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    The Chet Atkins exhibit.
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    Display of the tribute to the singing cowboys at the HOF.
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    The silver dollar pontiac that belonged to Webb Pierce.
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    Elvis' gold Cadillac.
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    Elvis' gold Cadillac.
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    The cornfield that was used during the taping of Hee Haw.
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    Recording board at the Hall of Fame.
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    The Steel Guitar of Pete Drake.
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    A wall of gold records at the Hall of Fame.
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    German fiddle owned by Hank Williams.
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    Roger Miller's eleven Grammy Awards for 1964 and 1954.
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    Outfits worn by the Statler Brothers
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    The hometown, Staunton, Virginia, named a road after the Statler Brothers.
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    Manuscripts of "Susan When She Tried" and "I'll Go To My Grave Loving You."
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    Lyrics to the the songs, "Give It Away" and "Whiskey Lullaby."
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    Chet Atkins Gibson SST - P1 guitar.
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    The Gibson years.
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    Guitars of Chet Atkins
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    More of Chet Atkins guitars at his exhibit at the Hall of Fame.
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    Bill Monroe's Gibson F-5 mandoln.
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    Maybelle Carter's Gibson L-5 guitar
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    Martin 00-18 guitar bought and owned by Hank Williams.
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    Hank Williams 1944 D-28 Martin guitar.
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    Chet Atkins D'Angelico Excel guitar.
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    Martin D-28 guitar owned by Lester Flatt.
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    Suit worn by George Jones.
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    Hand written concert set on the side of a guitar owned by Don Williams.
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    Dress belonging to Dolly Parton
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    Four Cashbox awards given to Hank Williams.
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    Clothes worn by Audrey Williams (Hank's wife.)
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    At the Mel Tillis display.
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    Clothes worn by George Strait.
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    Hank written lyrics to the Stater Brothers song, "Susan When She Tried."
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    Guitar owned by Porter Wagoner.
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    At the Alan Jackson "Where Were You When The World Stopped Turning" display at the HOF. You can see the lyrics to the song in the back.
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    Hand written lyrics to The Statler Brothers song, "I'll Go To My Grave Loving You."