“Our lifestyle boutique brings a beautiful blend of unique apparel, home and gift items — a place that you can drop in to hear live music, visit our guitar Vault and perhaps purchase your first guitar,” owner Molly Bedell says of Two Old Hippies. “We offer a welcoming atmosphere where our motto is ‘arrive as a guest, leave as a friend.’ I have an amazing team of talented co-hippies and most have been with us since we opened, which says a lot.”
The Tennessean features Two Old Hippies in their Things To Do: Next-level Shopping Arrives in Nashville article
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Breedlove Guitars is partnering with Save A Guitar to give one lucky person a Breedlove Pursuit Concert and #SaveAGuitar Swag Pack. All you have to do is share your musical inspirations or how playing guitar has made an impact on your life. You can do this with a photo, video or a couple of simple words telling your story! Visit the #SaveAGuitar Facebook page to enter:
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Located in Southeast Alaska, the Tongass is the only National Forest in the United States in which clearcutting old-growth trees is still permitted. Old-growth Sitka spruce is a choice tonewood for guitar soundboards. Almost every major acoustic guitar manufacturer in the U.S. obtains this prized wood from the Tongass.
We as musicians, manufacturers, and music lovers can take action NOW to protect this precious national treasure.
Help end the production and purchase of acoustic guitars made from clearcut old-growth Sitka spruce.
John Oates performs with students from Mt. View Elementary School at the 2012 Rock’n And Reel’n Celebrity Fishing tournament and gala press announcement at Two Old Hippies in Nashville, Tennessee on May 16th, 2012.