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VANDERBILT STADIUM CONCERT & EVENTS PAGE
According to Tennesseeconcerts, “41,000 fans packed into Vanderbilt
Stadium to see Pink Floyd. They experienced a once in a lifetime event
in Nashville with the latest in lasers, lights, sound, & pyrotechnics.”
Link: www.vucommodores.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/070111aab.html
October 20, 2012: NBC News mentioned our Tennessee Concerts website
in their news story "Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash was 35 years ago".

"The site TennesseeConcerts.com lets interested persons read about the
crash as it was covered in real-time by the local paper, the Enterprise-Journal."

NBC News Link: Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash Was 35 Years Ago
The page reads: "87,500 fans attended the concert, including Pat Adams
of the tenesseeconcerts. com website, who wrote: "The opening bands
were the Neville Brothers, followed by George Thorogood and
The Destroyers. Both acts were good. They flashed up on the sign
that the concert had set a record for the largest indoor concert ever held."

Link to "What Were the biggest Superdome concerts of all time?"
Link: www.nola.com/music/index.ssf/2016/06/what_were_the_biggest_mercedes.html
Our picture of Toy Caldwell (Marshall Tucker Band) & Charlie Daniels
on the bus is in Michael Buffalo Smith's book "My Kind Of Country".
The picture was given to us by Gary Allen, ex-CDBand Drummer
who took this picture while on the road with the Charlie Daniels Band.

"ON THE BUS: Toy Caldwell visits with Charlie,
early 1970's (tennesseeconcerts.com)"

Link: https://books.google.com/books?id=g8ayDAAAQBAJ&pg=PA184&lpg=
PA184&dq=tennesseeconcerts.com&source=bl&ots=xKSFSo9Nep&sig=
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Read how Meghan Trainor went from winning our
"Tennessee Concerts Song Contest", to making music history.
From radio station WBEB 101.1 More FM Philadelphia

"While still in high school Trainor won the worldwide
Tennessee Concerts Song Contest with her song You're Good To Me"

Link: www.morefmphilly.com/2015/10/07/meghan-trainor/
The page reads: References:
Adams, Pat. "The History Of The Volunteer Jam in Nashville."
Accessed 17 July 2012. http:tennesseeconcerts.com/volunteerjam

Link: https://www.ncpedia.org/daniels-charlie
In the Spring of 2011, a young Meghan Trainor won our
Tennessee Concerts Song Contest after entering eight songs.
She went on to have great success a few years later,
including the worldwide #1 hit song, "All About That Bass".

She mentions it in her SonicBids Biography (next to last paragraph)
Meghan Trainor: "I also won the Spring 2011
Tennessee Concerts Songwriting Contest"

Meghan's Biography Link: www.sonicbids.com/band/meghantrainor
We were mentioned in an article from The Loop 97.9 Chicago's classic rock
radio station "Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash Was 39 Years Ago Today.

"Also, courtesy of tennesseeconcerts.com,
you can see the local McComb newspaper’s coverage of the disaster"

Link: www.wlup.com/2016/10/20/lynyrd-skynyrd-plane-crash-was-39-years-ago-today/
Court Papers Read
"There is even a website devoted to the Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash,
www.TennesseeConcerts.com/planecrash (Last accessed May 10, 2017)"

Actual Court Papers Link below. Scroll down to page 3 (of bottom page numbers).
It is also Document page 8 of 29 (Document page number shown at top of pages).


LINK: https://pmcdeadline2.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/
lynyrd-skynyrd-biopic-lawsuit-cleopatra-respnse-june-19.pdf