Tennessee Titans host their 1st preseason game in Nashville at the Adelphia Stadium in 1999.
Today in 1963, Nashville gets over four inches of measures of rainfall.
-Local Politician, Avon Williams, Jr. dies, of complications from Lou Gehrig's disease at Meharry-Hubbard Hospital in Nashville on August 29, 1994.
-In 1925, the Andrew Jackson Hotel opens and Govenor Austin Peay is the first to register.
-Dottie West in an automobile accident on the way to the Grand Ole Opry in 1991. It proved to be fatal as she passed less than a week later on September 4th.
-In 1919, Muriel Deason was born in Nashville, she was known to the world as Kitty Wells.
In 1946, temperatures in Nashville drop to 47 degrees, setting a record low for the month of August.
-Nashville's first telephone call was made on September 1st, 1877 at Vine Street residences of Mrs. Polk and Mr. Adams.
-In 1814 General James Robertson dies on the 1st of September.
-Conway Twitty was born on September 1, 1933 and had more #1 country records during his lifetime than any artist in history.
On September 2nd, 1918 the Lock & Dam C on the Cumberland River goes into operation.
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