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    Thanks Delilah - Stay warm!

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    I just found this on Facebook a few minutes ago. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum hosted and interview Chris Hillman and Bernie to support the Western Edge exhibition. I posted a link to the pictures. I couldn't find any video from the event. I will check later on to see if they had recorded it. Good to see Bernie in these pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunlvswx View Post
    I just found this on Facebook a few minutes ago. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum hosted and interview Chris Hillman and Bernie to support the Western Edge exhibition. I posted a link to the pictures. I couldn't find any video from the event. I will check later on to see if they had recorded it. Good to see Bernie in these pictures.

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    I would love to see this exhibit. Too bad there isnít video of the interview but at least Bernie was recognized for his contribution to the L.A. country rock sound. It would be interesting to know what either of them (Leadon and Hillman) said about Gram Parsons, if anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delilah View Post
    I would love to see this exhibit. Too bad there isnít video of the interview but at least Bernie was recognized for his contribution to the L.A. country rock sound. It would be interesting to know what either of them (Leadon and Hillman) said about Gram Parsons, if anything.
    Iíve seen the exhibit twice and itís fantastic. There are four rather lengthy videos (with some great interviews) featuring different facets of the country-rock movement as well as some fun interactive items. If Iím not mistaken, itís going to be at the CMHOF until May 2025, so if you can make it to Nashville in the next year and a half, I highly recommend seeing it.

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    Hmmm - Thanks for the info everyone. Looks like something to check out on my next trip to Nashville.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbsfan View Post
    Iíve seen the exhibit twice and itís fantastic. There are four rather lengthy videos (with some great interviews) featuring different facets of the country-rock movement as well as some fun interactive items. If Iím not mistaken, itís going to be at the CMHOF until May 2025, so if you can make it to Nashville in the next year and a half, I highly recommend seeing it.
    Sounds awesome, thanks! Might have to start planning a trip to Nashville.

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