“Nashville cats, play clean as country water… Nashville cats, play wild as mountain dew…Nashville cats, been playin’ since they’s babies…Nashville cats, get work before they’re two.” — Lovin’ Spoonful

Corny?  Maybe, but I found myself humming it as we rolled into Nashville, Tennessee’s Centennial Park late Easter Sunday afternoon for our second and final rally of the day.

We had a full line up — the Rivoli Revue’s Kay and Ron rejoined us after a three-day gig elsewhere.  Saturday Night Live comedienne Victoria Jackson and her friend Jim Labriola, stand up comedian who played Benny Baroni on the Home Improvement TV series, were added as special guests, as was JB Williams, political writer for Canada Free Press.

I later grabbed JB for a fascinating interview on our radio show.  While the Rally went on outside under the setting sun, we sought the quieter confines of the Reagan Blue Bus where we spoke for a solid 20 minutes or more about the upcoming election, Obama’s indiscriminate use of executive orders, Obama’s constitutional eligibility, impeachment, and the illegal legislative process Obama is willing to use to push thru the health care bill, amnesty, cap & trade, and just about anything else he wants.

Here are a few photos of the well-attended Nashville event.

Tom Kovach, author and political activist came by to say hi! as did Ken Marrero, the Blue Collar Muse blogger (below in — what else?  a blue collared shirt). Posing with us from left to right are Susan Lynn, candidate for Congress, Andrea, Ken, and his wife (whose name I have — regrettably — forgotten. Will update with her name in due time).

On Monday, Day 10, three rallies!  We’ll be up and at it bright and early with a 9 a.m. central time rally in Evansville, Indiana.  Later in the day we’ll roll in to St. Louis, Missouri for a 2 p.m. CT rally at Frontier Park, and cap off the day with a third and final rally at 6 pm at the Springfield Fair Grounds in Springfield, Illinois.

A big thank you to Terresa at Noisy Room, Bookie at Bookwormroom and Right Wing News, John Ruberry at Marathon Pundit, and Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit for helping us get out the very important message about what the Tea Party Express is accomplishing on the road!  If you’re blogging about the Tea Party Express III “Just Vote Them Out!” national tour, send me an email and we’ll include your link here.

THIRDWAVEDAVE: TEA PARTY EXPRESS III: HUNTSVILLE, NASHVILLE EDITION
By THIRDWAVEDAVE
Remember, each Tea Party rally can be viewed via your computer, so tell friends, family, neighbors or strangers in the street about TEA PARTY EXPRESS TV–brought to you by tour embeds, Wm and Selena Owens. Btw, they also produce that …

Ramblings By olbroad
I wandered around quite a bit, and got as many pictures as I could. Some of the best ones I missed by being someplace else. Hey…I can only move so fast, y’know. So, in as best order as I can get them…..the Tea Party Express – Tupelo! …

Great People on Tea Party Express | Liberal Whoppers By Blog Feed
Great People on Tea Party Express. I can not begin to tell you how honored and blessed I feel to be on the Tea Party Express tour.

Instapundit » Blog Archive » MORE BLOGGING from on board the Tea …
By Glenn Reynolds
April 4, 2010. MORE BLOGGING from on board the Tea Party Express.

Bookworm Room » Did you know that the Tea Party Express is rolling?
By Bookworm
All of the above is a long apol0gy and explanation for my failure to apprise you the Tea Party Express that is rolling along in the United States. A wonderful place for daily updates is The Radio Patriot, since Andrea Shea King has been …

Disgusting: NYT compares Tea Party to Weathermen « Sister Toldjah
Looking at the demographics of who we Tea Party people are (ordinary working Americans), it really scares the White House, Democrats and their similar-minded friends across the aisle that such a grassroots movement has expanded so.

TaxingTennessee: Tea Party News Headlines for Sunday April 4 By Ben Cunningham
Thanks to Glenn for the Insta-launch. I am searching and posting Tea Party Headlines most every day. I don’t think most people understand how pervasive the movement has become. You can subscribe to the RSS feed HERE. … TaxingTennessee –

Tea Party 2004 « Don Surber
“…and he exterminated a lot of people that he didn’t like, didn’t trust or whatever and Bush is doing the same damn thing…” “…stop calling him President Bush. There was a coup d’etat in 2000…” …

Well, there’s thirteen hundred and fifty two
Blogging writers in Nashville
And they can blog more notes than the number of ants
On a Tennessee anthill
Yeah, there’s thirteen hundred and fifty two
blogging cases in Nashville
And any one that unpacks his laptop could write
Twice as better than I will…Nashville cats…