BERNIE NELSON Honky Tonk Angels Book Autographed Signed

$24.99

Author: Bernie Nelson

Title: Honky Tonk Angels – Stories Of God’s Influence On Nashville’s Most Iconic Songs

Condition:  This paperback book is in very good condition with only very minor wear around the edges.  The inside page is signed by Bernie Nelson!

1 in stock

Description

Honkytonk Angels describes the inside workings of both the country music world, and the presense of God’s hand upon some of the biggest songs in country music’s history. With a birds eye view Bernie Nelson shares rare glimpes of the creation and journeys of these songs. Being a 30 plus year respected veteran of the famous Music Row, Bernie has gained the trust of many of Nashvilles biggest names so as to tell the stories like many of them have never been shared before. Honkytonk Angels shows the undeniable workings of God deeply rooted into the streets of Music City USA. Having been a close participant in many of these stories due to his relationship with the writers, producers, songpluggers and artists himself, the stories bring you closer then ever to their rich history. Other stories involving God’s angels moving about there were told and entrusted to Bernie by those closest to the stories directly to Bernie himself. The book is intriguing, humorous historical and majorly insightful. Most of all it shows the truly amazing grace that is required to take a song from the legal pad or whiskey stained bar napkin in some cases to the Country Music Hall of Fame itself. God loves music. He is constantly proving that .Through these beautiful stories brought together by the crafted writer that Bernie is, readers will feel a closeness to the songs like never before. Take a ride along to a songwriting session with Bernie.Read what it was like the day the song was started. Many of those songs took crazy paths to reach the status that they are today. Honkytonk Angels will both enlighten you to the inside history of the songs but also deepen the belief that without Gods helping hand they would not have had a snowballs chance in . . . well . . . heck you’ll just have to read the book to see how they turned out.