Bluegrass Breakdown: June And July, 1978 | Nashville Public Radio

Bluegrass Breakdown: June And July, 1978

Jul 28, 2018

On this week's Bluegrass Breakdown: We'll be jetting back to June and July, 1978 when, among other things: At President Jimmy Carter's behest, the Seldom Scene play a backyard reception for members of Congress; singer-songwriter Johnny Bond, writer of such bluegrass staples as "I Wonder Where You Are Tonight" and "Love Gone Cold" passes away at the age of 63; and Nashville's world famous Station Inn relocates to its present location on 12th Avenue South.