While in Nashville last September for the annual Americana Music Association Conference and Awards, KKFI’s Diana Linn was honored to attend a private party at The Hard Rock Café sponsored by No Depression in conjunction with The Gram Parsons Foundation and Sin City Social Club.  She was one of the first in the world to literally take a look inside Gram Parson’s notebook, peruse it’s handwritten lyrics, drawings and journal entries. This week’s episode of The Tasty Brew will feature the music of Gram Parsons in various incarnations…The International Submarine Band, Flying Burrito Brothers and The Byrds…some may say the original purveyors of what has become known as Americana or Alt Country. And Diana Linn is pretty sure, if he was still amongst us, Gram Parsons would be on the list of “pretend boyfriends.”

ON Your Morning Buzz: Tuesday | February 5, 2013 | 6:00 am

Gram Parsons – One Hot Burrito!

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While in Nashville last September for the annual Americana Music Association Conference and Awards, KKFI’s Diana Linn was honored to attend a private party at The Hard Rock Café sponsored by No Depression in conjunction with The Gram Parsons Foundation and Sin City Social Club.  She was one of the first in the world to literally take a look inside Gram Parson’s notebook, peruse it’s handwritten lyrics, drawings and journal entries. This week’s episode of The Tasty Brew will feature the music of Gram Parsons in various incarnations…The International Submarine Band, Flying Burrito Brothers and The Byrds…some may say the original purveyors of what has become known as Americana or Alt Country. And Diana Linn is pretty sure, if he was still amongst us, Gram Parsons would be on the list of “pretend boyfriends.”

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