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Definitely worth making an appointment to visit. Go to the website. The tour guide was very informative and spoke lovingly of Ernie. This was a very special experience for me since I was a fan from the fifties. I learned things I never knew about...More
Touring the house is not open to the public, by appointment only Spoke with some neighbors who lived in that neighborhood for years. The neighbors were very friendly, welcoming and shared whatever they knew about the Ford family.
Of Ernest Jennings Ford born February 13, 1919, known professionally as Tennessee Ernie Ford. Passed away October 17, 1991. Started his career as a radio announcer, was in the armed forces, and then in 1950 went into show biz. His home tells a story of...More
Tennessee Ernie Ford is often overlooked in the pantheon of classic country stars, although in his day, he was one of the biggest. With many country hits and his own TV show, Tennessee Ernie Ford was a household name in the 1950's. He is one...More