DOLLY PARTON, VINCE GILL, MARTY STUART AND MORE RECREATE THE BIG BANG OF COUNTRY MUSIC

In the depths of the poverty stricken foothills of the Appalachian mountains in Tennessee, the small town of Bristol was about to go down in history. In 1927, music publisher Ralph Peer was about to give hillbilly music a national stage. Over 12 days, he recorded mountain music from the locals across the Tennessee-Virginia state …

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