Archive for the Nashville flood Category


Posted in Country Music, Flood, Flooding, Kenny Chesney, Music City USA, Nashville, Nashville flood, News, recovery, survival, World News with tags , , , on July 21, 2010 by damngoodtunes

This is an excerpt from the latest in and was written by James Dean FisherVIEW OF NASHVILLE AREA MAY 2010THANK YOU middle TENNESSEE, WE WILL SURVIVE! The city of Nashville and the suburban cities felt the pain, a pain that will take years to recover from. The industry is back up and running today and the venues are open for business now and the people in the Nashville, Music city area have themselves and the people in the surrounding area to thank for all the help. With everyone pitching in and working as one people and one body to recover and restore a city to it’s greatness, Nashville, Music City is BACK! We are OPEN FOR BUSINESS!!

The economy here is still in great shape and with the help of all the great people that make up the vast area called middle Tennessee, we as a huge community will make it an even greater city and a stronger place for the music industry to thrive in the future. As we have shown in the past six plus weeks, we are a fighting bunch of people here. A river or most anything else will not keep us down for long! We will survive and become even bigger and better for the musicians and people that want to come here and make Nashville, Tennessee, Music City their home.

James Dean Fisher invites your comments to be directed to


Coming This Week: After The Floods and more!

Posted in Indie Music, Journalism, Nashville flood, natural disaster, survival on July 21, 2010 by damngoodtunes

James Dean Fisher will be bringing us the latest updates on the plight of Nashville Tennessee residents after the recent devastating floods. James is a thirty-five year adopted native of Music City and has seen a lot of things while living there, but nothing as destructive as the flood of 2010. It’s hard to imagine that many of the city’s musicians actually lost all their equipment – guitars, pianos, virtually everything they used to make a living. Check in with us as we bring you James D Fisher’s account of this tragedy.