Gen. Felix K. Zollicoffer, editor of the Banner and John L. Marling, editor of the Union, dueled on August 20th, 1852.
Just three weeks prior to his death 2003, Johnny Cash recorded his final song "Engine 143" at Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville.
Today in 1999, Sara Evans and husband Craig Schelske welcomed their first child, a son, at a hospital in Nashville.
In 1951, Hank Snow is in a serious automobile accident in Nashville.
Today in 1993, Brad Paisley moved to Nashville.
Ashley Whitney, Olympic Swimmer, was born in Nashville on August 241st, 1979.
On August 26th, 1902, David Lipscomb agreed to donate 60 acres of his farm to the Nashville Bible School , now known as Libscomb University, on condition that the school would assume the mortgage and pay Lipscomb and his wife $250 yearly as long as they lived.
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