Nashville’s flood

Craig Havighurst, author of Air Castle of the South: WSM and the Making of Music City, filed a report for NPR’s All Things Considered on the recent flood’s impact on the Nashville music scene.

One of the most devastating losses was suffered by the Musicians Hall of Fame. Less than two months ago, it was forced to store its collection of historic instruments after the city acquired its downtown property to make way for a new convention center. Lost in the flood: a Stratocaster guitar owned by Jimi Hendrix.

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