Tennessee band with Georgia roots recounts Music Row history

ATLANTA (AP) — A Nashville band with Georgia roots is documenting the hidden history of music in Nashville, with a book out this month that was inspired by their songs. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Granville Automatic formed in Atlanta before moving to Nashville in 2014. The band is named for a 19th century typewriter. The new book delves into the stories about the buildings on music row, and also about the songwriters and musicians who shaped its history such as Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Patsy Cline, and Bob Dylan.

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