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Latimer Funeral Home
115 East Hempstead Street
Nashville , AR 71852
(870) 845-2233
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Nashville Funeral Home and Restland Memorial Park
1208 West Sunset Street
Nashville , AR 71852
(870) 845-1398
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Nashville Memorials
116 East Hempstead Street
Nashville , AR 71852
(870) 845-3249
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Lady Antebellum owns the night at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre near ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- Who: Lady Antebellum, a harmonizing trio from Nashville with an upbeat and wholesome appeal. They make country-pop music (with an emphasis on pop) and have become wildly successful over the past four years. Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley are confident and charismatic lead singers; Dave Haywood keeps a slightly lower profile, anchoring the band on guitar and backing vocals. What: Lady A’s first headlining concert in the Birmingham area, afte...

Guitar picking master Doc Watson dies at 89 -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Watson home. Rosa Lee Watson said her husband was on the roof, replacing shingles. His daughter Nancy Watson said her father built the family’s utility shed. Guitarist Pete Huttlinger of Nashville, Tenn., said Doc Watson made every song his own, regardless of its age. “He’s one of those lucky guys,” said Huttlinger, who studied Watson’s methods when he first picked up a guitar. “When he plays something, he puts his stamp on it — it’s Doc Watson.” He changed folk music forever by adapting fiddle tunes to guitar at amazing tempos, Huttlinger said. “And people all over the place were trying to figure out how to do this,” he said. “But Doc, he set the bar for everyone. He said, ‘This is how it goes.’ And people have been trying for years to match that. “He took it (the guitar) out of the background and brought it up front as a melody instrument. We’re no longer at the back of the class. He gave the front to us.” Wayne Martin, executive director of the North Carolina Arts Council, said recently that Watson took southern Appalachian forms of music such as balladry, old-time string music and bluegrass, and made them accessible. “He takes old music and puts his own creativity on it,” Martin...

Alexandria Durriya Foster - Oak Ridger

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Alexandria Durriya Foster was born on Saturday, March 3, 2012, at 8:19 p.m. at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn., to Ernestine Johnson and Durrelle Foster.A beautiful baby girl with thick locks of hair, Alexandria began her life surrounded by a loving support team of family  and medical staff. She was affectionately called "Princess Alexandria" by those whom she endeared. God's ministering angels carried her through 14 surgeries during her 3-month life span. Just as God called her forth into...

Earl Scruggs dead at 88 - Newsday

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Entertainment > Music Published: March 29, 2012 6:52 AMBy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Photo credit: Getty Images Musician Earl Scruggs performs onstage in Indio, Calif. (April 25, 2009) NASHVILLE, Tenn. - It is impossible to overstate the importance of Earl Scruggs to American music. A pioneering banjo player who helped create modern country music, his sound is instantly recognizable and ...

Kevin Cuneo's TakeThirty: Nashville finally honors Owens' Bakersfield sound -

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
By Kevin Cuneo Finally, the Bakersfield sound is getting its due in Nashville. Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and other pioneers are featured in a big new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. In Nashville, everybody has a favorite Buck Owens story, which is surprising, given that he was such a no-nonsense kind of guy. When I attended college there, Owens addressed our country-music business class, which was taught by a producer friend of his. Some of t...

Dick Clark Could Rock, but He Started Out Country - Billboard

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Over the years, Clark appeared on many country related specials featuring such legends as Conway Twitty and Merle Haggard and in the mid 1990s, he collaborated on a well-received special on The Nashville Network where he and Ralph Emery - Clark's country music counterpart interviewed each other. He admitted to Emery that he had been a workaholic - particularly in the early part of his career. "I will truly miss Dick Clark. My thoughts and prayers go out to Rac, Kari and the whole Clark family. Rest in peace, Dick. You deserve it. Clark's production company also was responsible for TNN's 1990s talk show "Prime Time Country," and also has produced the American Music Awards as well as the Academy of Country Music Awards for many years. This year's ACMs host Reba McEntire sent her regard on Twitter, saying, "I will truly miss Dick Clark. My thoughts and prayers go out to Rac, Kari and the whole Clark family. Rest in peace, Dick. You deserve it." One of the most awarded performers on the Clark-produced programs, Kenny Rogers, also issued this statement yesterday. "I'm one of the lucky people who can say that I knew Dick Clark personally. Dick produced almost every awards show I was on during the 80's, and he constantly encouraged me toward success. He will be missed by everyone-especially by those who knew him well." ...

Go to Nashville for a song and a weekend - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
There is a place where you can see a celebrity over breakfast and hear a band before it makes it big. Nope, it’s not Austin; we’re talking about Nashville. Tennessee’s state capital is a mix of urban and artsy with a musically-rich backdrop that’ll make you want to take up guitar. And now, it is also a lot closer than you think. Driving to Nashville takes an average of five hours, but now with Southwest Airlines’ direct flight to the middle Tennessee city, it is an hour away, and, as I recently discovered, a great weekend getaway, too. My ...

Albert Hadley, Interior Decorator to High Society, Dies at 91

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
American society, died on Thursday in Nashville. He was 91. Adam Lewis, who wrote a biography of Mr. Hadley, confirmed the death. Mr. Hadley, who was born in Tennessee, died of cancer at the home of his sister, Elizabeth Hadley, his only survivor. He had homes in Man... (New York Times)

Bluegrass legend, banjo innovator Earl Scruggs dies at age 88

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
NASHVILLE — Bluegrass legend and banjo pioneer Earl Scruggs, who helped profoundly change country music with Bill Monroe in the 1940s and later with guitarist Lester Flatt, has died. He was 88. Scruggs' son Gary said his father died of natural causes Wednesday morning at a Nashville hospital. Earl Scruggs was an innovator who pioneered the modern banjo sound. His use of three fingers rather than t... (The Commercial Appeal)

Why the US failed vs. El Salvador - ESPN

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Instead the focus turned to Bradley's inspired substitutions and ability to lead his team under adverse conditions. Now fast-forward to Monday's enthralling Olympic qualifying encounter in Nashville. It was a game the U.S. had to win to reach the semifinals. And with time winding down, it looked like the U.S. U-23s would take a page out of the senior team's book. Trailing 2-1 at halftime, the Americans stormed back to take a 3-2 lead through the excellent Terrence Boyd and a headed goal from Joe Corona. And then Jaime Alas hit what can only be described as a speculative shot from distance that somehow eluded substitute goalkeeper Sean Johnson, and the U.S. went from living to fight on in the semis to being eliminated. Now it is Porter and the players who must live with the consequences. For Porter, the positive of coaxing the team into a 3-2 lead under nerve-racking circumstances will be forgotten. And in its place are a fistful of recriminations. Without question, there should be. Forget the calls to fire Porter. That is a threat with no teeth, since the U-23 head-coaching job is a part-time gig anyway. Porter will return to his post at the University of Akron, running one of the premier college programs in the country. That doesn't preclude questions from being asked, however. Rarely has as much time and money been invested in putting an Olympic qualifying side together, with monthly tr...

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Featured Funeral Homes

Neal Bob and Sons Funeral Home
5 Bruce Street
Morrilton , AR 72110

Beard s Funeral Chapel and Crematory Inc
855 South Happy Hollow Road
Fayetteville , AR 72701

Shaffer Funeral Home of Mulberry
606 Church Avenue
Mulberry , AR 72947

Robinson Mortuary
104 North 1st Street
Jacksonville , AR 72076

Jonesboro Memorial Park Cemetery Inc
3910 Harrisburg Road
Jonesboro , AR 72404