A musician, songwriter and author with nearly a dozen albums and a best-selling memoir (Goodbye, Little Rock and Roller) under her belt, Marshall Chapman has lived and breathed Music City for more than 40 years. Her friendships with those who helped make Nashville a major force in American music are unsurpassed. In this new book, the reader is invited to see Marshall Chapman as never before--as music journalist extraordinaire. The trials, tribulations and evolution of Music City are on display in these revealing encounters, as Chapman sits down with influential figures like Kris Kristofferson, Emmylou Harris, John Hiatt. Miranda Lambert, and a dozen other top names to record what brought each of them to Nashville and what inspired them to persevere.
Genre: Music, Biography + Autobiography, History
Subgenre: Composers + Musicians, USA / State + Local / South, Genres + Styles / Country + Bluegrass