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Honkeytonkin' in Nashville!

Following the rehearsal dinner, Rebekah and Allan hosted a night out on the town in Nashville, and provided guests with cowboy hats and libations. Downtown Nashville reminded me of Austin with all the live music available.From Elvis to Johnny Cash, this band was cranking out cover tunes that really got the crowd going. I didn't want to leave!
Kelly, my urban cowboy, and I had a wonderful time dancing to the live band. They were fantastic and the place--Robert's Western World on Broadway--was packed like sardines but we managed to find a piece of the dance floor right in front of the band to honkeytonk to the mesmerizing sound of Johnny Cash's hit song, Ring of Fire. We had a ball!
Lucy and Frank Taylor, Rebekah's grandparents joined her from Utah for the celebration. Lucy, Elizabeth's mom, is 84 years old and Frank is 93.
Rebekah and her dad had a great time dancing together.Gordon and Rebekah dancing again. Her dad seemed much more willing to dance with her than her betrothed did.

Comments

Anonymous said…
That looks sooo fun. I think that's such a neat idea, as opposed from having a Bachelor/Bachelorette party (where people tend to get in trouble). That's awesome. What great hosts. Too bad you couldn't have heard a companion of mine who's a huge musician in Nashville. She rocks!
Julie said…
Looks like you and Kelly had a great time! :)

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