She says the garden and represents is "beautiful" and added: "The city of Nashville
is beautiful." Mandrell joined Lynn Anderson and emcee Ralph Emery
in a ceremony to officially open the garden, which pays tribute to
the artists, songwriters and others who have had a positive impact
on the Nashville entertainment community.
Mandrell also hosted a luncheon for the honorees who have parts of the garden named after
Among those featured in exhibits include Barbara Mandrell, Rick
Nelson, the Grand Ole Opry, Minnie Pearl, Elvis, Dolly Parton and
the songs "Pretty Woman," "Purple Haze," "Ring of Fire,"
"Tennessee Waltz," and "Chantilly Lace."
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