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Suzuki Players to perform at Suttons

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The Nashville Suzuki Players will perform at Sutton’s Ole Time Music Hour, Sutton’s General Store, Granville on Saturday, March 5, with music beginning at 6 p.m. and radio taping at 7, with family style southern meal served at 5 and 6:30 p.m. 

Reservations are required for dinner by calling (931) 653-4151 which also entitles you to a reserve seat at the performance. 

The Nashville Suzuki Players have performed in concerts and made television appearances all across the Southeast in Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama, North Carolina and South Carolina. They have performed at the Biltmore Estates, Georgia Aquarium, U.S. Space and Rocket Center, The National Corvette Museum, The Country Music Hall of Fame, Graceland and at the 2010 Jerusalem Ridge Bluegrass Festival.

In January, the Nashville Suzuki Players opened for the Oak Ridge Boys concert at the Gaylord Opryland Resort Hotel in Nashville. The Nashville Suzuki Players have appeared on the “Tennessee Morning Show” with celebrity hosts, Charlie Chase and Kelli Sutton, and on “Good Day Atlanta,” “Good Morning Memphis” and “Live at Five” in Knoxville. The group has recorded eight CDs and five DVDs. The group’s latest CD, “Fiddlin Around,” has just been released.

The Nashville Suzuki Players is directed by Thornton Cline and are joined by Ken Morrell on guitar, Renee Morrell on autoharp and bluegrass and Hall of Famer Haskell McCormick on the banjo. The student members who will be performing are Cole and Savannah Ritter, Jaime Dorsey, Rachel Morrell and Ragen Perry. 

Sutton Ole Time Music Hour started on April 5, 2008 and has been performed each week since that time. It is now heard on seven radio stations and around the world via the Internet. For stations and times as well as websites, visit www.granvillemuseum.com.

The weekly show is sponsored by Coca Cola of Cookeville, Jackson Bank & Trust, Meadows Homes, Anderson Upper Cumberland Funeral Home, Granville Marina and Cookeville Regional Medical Center.

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