I'm a native Nashvillian, grew up in Inglewood. I enjoy yoga, writing, Alabama Football, Nashville Sounds baseball, Live music around town, Gardening and frequenting local…
Very well said Emily!
It's no secret that Dolly Parton supports the gay community, as well as Willy Nelson, Kellie Pickler, Martina McBride, Billy Ray Cyrus and on and on. The list of people in the country music industry who support LGBT People is just enormous. And I'm sure than an equal number are against gay people!
I HOPE this opens the eye's of so many, while Nashville has a reputation for being Conservative, it really isn't that bad. More people need to come forward and embrace their homosexuality and nip this is the bud.
CHELY WRIGHT IS AMAZING! I'm so proud of her, I'm so proud that she was a fellow East Nashvillian at one time and GOOD FOR HER!!
I LOVE NASHVILLE!
If Jesus were alive today The Republicans would throw him out of the country for being an Illegal alien, bleeding heart hippie, who believes in free healthcare for all. And just for that, Jesus ROCKS!
Looks good to me! I'm so Happy to Elizabeth Cook on this list several times. She's a powerhouse! "WELDER" Is my favorite album of the year, I've memorized every song. Elizabeth's attention to detail, in her songwriting is incredible. "Guitar man" and her remake of "Not California" is awesome. I can't say enough good things about Elizabeth Cook!
I'm also happy to see Chely Wright's album "Lifted off the ground" The songs on that album are absolutely incredible. It certainly takes you to the place Chely was at while writing those songs. from "Snow globe" to "Damn Liar" and "Hang out in your heart" It's her best album to date in my opinion, because it is told in complete truth. She's amazing.
Sugarland best live act. YES indeed. I love Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush, amazing songwriters and Jennifers stage presence is second to none. LOVE IT!
It's about time. People are coming to their senses. EVERYONE has a gay person somewhere in their family or group of peers. Just like the movie "prayers for Bobby" A fire and brimstone Christian mother drove her gay son to suicide. After he was dead she realized her way of thinking was WRONG and damaging to people. She realized that she could love God and Love Gay people too.
The only shame is when people accept what they're taught and don't seek higher truth in all aspects of life. A compassionate, understanding, evolved person knows this. The goal is to end Hate. We can't end Hatred with more hatred and bigorty. But, we can't ever be silent about these issues. KUDOS to Belmont. I hope they're sincere. I'm so proud of Nashville for understanding how important equality is. Dr. Martin Luther King jr said it best "Injustice anywhere is a threat to Justice everywhere."
COME OUT, LOVE YOURSELF, TRUST THAT IT DOES GET BETTER. ♥
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