Thursday, April 13, 2006

The Country Music Hall Of Fame Gets Into The Movie Business

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will partner with a Nashville-based film production company to release three feature-length documentaries intended to run in movie theaters across the nation, according to Ryan Underwood at the Nashville Tennessean:
"Work is under way for the first two films — one about the Carter family that features Johnny Cash's last sit-down interview, two weeks before his death, and another about renegade border radio stations broadcasting to the U.S. from Mexico in the 1930s."

1 comment:

Albright & O'Malley said...

Rascal Flatts called Gerry House yesterday morning and pledged $1,000 per song for him to play all 12 tunes on their new fast-selling LP "Me And My Gang." You BET he DID IT and pocketed $12,000 for the Red Cross.