Where the South Still Sings

By Mark Settle / June 30, 2021

With live music seven nights a week and the hospitality you’d expect from Nashville, the Grand Ole RV Resort is both a campground and destination for Music City travelers. 

 

 

The Becoming of The Barefoot Fiddler

 

The Human Interest Story

Interview by Amy Nicole Tangel 

 

Stories of musicians and their struggles to keep the music alive during the pandemic are countless, but as the fog starts to lift, glimpses of hope are shining through and a fiddler player in Nashville is not only persevering in her career, she is carrying on a family legacy.

 

 

MV’S BAREFOOT FIDDLER MAKES IT TO GRAND OLE OPRY

 
 By: Jefferson Geiger - Posted Dec 23, 2017 

 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Fiddling flows in Merna Lewis’ blood. For the 35-year-old it just made sense to pick the same instrument that has been used by her aunt and grandmother in their large musical family. Recently, that choice led Lewis to play at the prestigious Grand Ole Opry House.

Fiddler Magazine 

Feature Interview Article

 Play Fiddle Play, featured in the Winter 2002 edition of Fiddler Magazine - article about leading Aunt Bettie Freel’s legacy, written by Joe Carr.  (Sold out Issue)

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