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Nashville Girl (AKA Country Music Daughter)
Skipping her native Springfield, KY after suffering an incident of nude-bathing gone horribly wrong, tough young redhead singer Jamie (Monica Gayle) hitches a ride to Music City with a couple of Murfreesboro-bound truckers and bunks up at the YWCA by night while making the rounds on Music Row by day. Suffering unending indignities at the behest of the male gaze, she eventually finds herself taken under the wing of her hero—bigwig country singer Jeb Hubbard (Glenn Corbett)—who proves himself no different than the rest when her success winds up overshadowing his own.
Well-shot with a modest budget and released by Roger Corman’s New World Pictures, this not-so-tender slice of 70s dramedy hones its eye on the misogynist tendencies of Good Ole Boys everywhere.
Co-starring Johnny Rodriguez with appearances by 1970s Lower Broad, Beaman Pontiac, and Percy Warner Park. Original music by songwriters Rory Bourke, Johnny Wilson, and Gene Dobbins.
2102 Belcourt Avenue, Nashville, TN 37212