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Randy Houser, Terri Clark + More Recall 50 Years of Tootsie’s

Randy Houser, Terri Clark + More Recall 50 Years of Tootsie’s

Jim Havey Public Relations

Randy Houser is just one of the new crop of artists hanging out at Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge these days, and he and his buddies will no doubt provide the famed 50-year-old watering hole with a whole new set of stories and legends before his performing days are through.

The historic bar, located on Nashville’s lower Broadway, has been a favorite hang for both wannabes and famous artists alike for more than five decades now, and nearly every country artist in the business who has played the Ryman Auditorium has taken those 37 steps across the alley to grab a cold one after his or her show and to soak in the atmosphere of the legendary dive.

You never know who you’ll run into at the bar — just ask Randy. Fresh off the bus, the aspiring singer was new in town, and on his first Tootsie’s visit, found himself seated next to Toby Keith and was treated to a beer by the superstar. In honor of the famed lounge’s 50th birthday celebration, The Boot talked to several artists who recalled their favorite memories of Nashville’s famed purple landmark.


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