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Charlie Louvin

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Charlie Louvin
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Charlie Louvin The twelfth issue of the subscription to the Country Music Greats Magazine features Charlie Louvin. This issue also features articles on Freddy Fender, Red Foley and much more...

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the Louvin Brothers Museum, nestled in the picturesque country town of Bell Buckle, Tennessee, speaks volumes. The museum, loaded with photos, newspaper clippings and a myriad of other memorable keepsakes, tells the story of one of country music's most important duos, the Louvin Brothers, while also depicting an American way of life that has almost come and gone. When we arrived, anxiously anticipating our encounter with the country music legend, we found Charlie Louvin walking out of the nearby Bell Buckle Café, where he warmly greeted us with his camera in hand: "Well, I don't get paid for it but for years on end I've loved to take pictures. If I see something pretty, if it's a sunset or whatever it is, I just pull over and shoot it." Making our way into the rustic little one-room museum, Charlie started out by apologizing that the heat wasn't working, but we felt fine, as the sun was shining in and it was a pleasant 60 some-odd degree afternoon. There are dozens, perhaps even hundreds of photographs covering the walls, and they follow a chronological pattern around the room.

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The twelfth issue of the subscription to the Country Music Greats Magazine features Charlie Louvin. This issue also features articles on Freddy Fender, Red Foley and much more...

Teaser from the Cover Story:

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the Louvin Brothers Museum, nestled in the picturesque country town of Bell Buckle, Tennessee, speaks volumes. The museum, loaded with photos, newspaper clippings and a myriad of other memorable keepsakes, tells the story of one of country music's most important duos, the Louvin Brothers, while also depicting an American way of life that has almost come and gone. When we arrived, anxiously anticipating our encounter with the country music legend, we found Charlie Louvin walking out of the nearby Bell Buckle Café, where he warmly greeted us with his camera in hand: "Well, I don't get paid for it but for years on end I've loved to take pictures. If I see something pretty, if it's a sunset or whatever it is, I just pull over and shoot it." Making our way into the rustic little one-room museum, Charlie started out by apologizing that the heat wasn't working, but we felt fine, as the sun was shining in and it was a pleasant 60 some-odd degree afternoon. There are dozens, perhaps even hundreds of photographs covering the walls, and they follow a chronological pattern around the room.

Purchase this Back-Issue for the Full Story.

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