PBS special comes to Tennessee State Museum



NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A music show for broadcast on Public Broadcasting Service stations nationwide will be taped Friday night at the Tennessee State Museum.

"Jammin' at Hippie Jack's Live at the Tennessee State Museum!" will feature Billy Joe Shaver and Elizabeth Cook, both performers and songwriters.

The Americana music series is a showcase for original music by singer/songwriters. Jack Stoddart of the Cumberland Plateau is the producer.

Shaver, representing the Texas singer/songwriter genre, has written songs recorded by Willie Nelson and the Allman Brothers. Cook has a radio show, "Apron Strings," on Sirius' Outlaw Country.

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