minded musicians within the Nashville group organized by Dean Moore had determined
to point out their love for Bernie on the eve of Tremendous Tuesday.
Leahey and the Homestead as the home band fronted a few of Music Cities best
musicians. One instance is Joel King of the the Wild Feathers singing most appropriately
“Revolution” by the Beatles
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Aftyn Behn of Indivisible Tennessee
music took a brief break as Emily Benedict, Nashville Council member and others
gave quick speeches about why they help Bernie
One of many highlights in an evening stuffed with highlights was
Sarah Potenza singing a robust “Gimmie Shelter”. On reflection the road “Oh, a storm is menace’ning”
was notably apt because the storm bore down on town to wreak havoc on so
a lot, together with destroying the Basement East.
the top your complete forged gathered to sing “Our Type of Revolution” written by
Dean Moore, Amie Miriello, and Tim Jones.
None of us dreamed that we might wake the following day to demise and
Nashville itself was how the twister spared the part of the wall with the “I
imagine in Nashville” signal. And because the house owners start to rebuild the Basement East, and as Nashville begins to rebuild, by overcoming the destruction proves they imagine sooner or later!