U.S. President Richard Nixon addresses people and speaks about the American music in Nashville, Tennessee.
Nashville Tennessee USA Date:1974, March 16 Duration:5 min 46 sec Sound:Yes
The opening of the Grand Ole Opry house in Nashville, Tennessee. U.S. President Richard Nixon present with his wife at the ceremony. Nixon addresses the people. He talks about the American music. He states that the country music has a magnificent appeal all across the country. He talks about some of the Hollywood stars, singing some of the more modern music that is hard to understand. He also talks about some of the men who served the United States in Vietnam and were prisoners of war. They were being entertained at the White House. They had been in prison for more than 6 years. He further states that the American music talks about family, it talks about religion, the faith in God that is very important to the country and particularly to the family life. He says that the country music radiates a love of the Nation, patriotism. People applaud as he ends his speech.
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