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The iconic honky-tonk, located on Music City's Lower Broadway, is known for its famous clientele such as Patsy Cline, Roger Miller and Waylon Jennings, and has been the starting point for numerous singer-songwriters including Willie Nelson, who received his first songwriting gig after singing at Tootsie's.
Kris, Mel and Terri will co-host the evening which honors Tootsie's founder Hattie Louise "Tootsie" Bess, who bought the building in 1960 and made it into a Nashville institution. Little Jimmy Dickens is also scheduled to make a special presentation at the event.
"Like Kris, all these artists have a history with Tootsie's," current Tootsie's owner Steve Smith said. "Spanning the decades, each has stories and special memories to share and their music is a part of Tootsie's history. It's going to be a memorable night."
Tootsie's has been immortalized on the silver screen in the Loretta Lynn biopic 'Coal Miner's Daughter,' starring Sissy Spacek and Tommy Lee Jones, and 'W.W. & the Dixie Dance Kings' featuring Burt Reynolds.
Tickets to the show are available through TicketMaster for $50 here. VIP packages are also being offered for $110 and include access to pre- and post-show parities and a commemorative Tootsie's 50th Anniversary shirt; purchase them here.