Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Sat, Jan 12 9:30 pm

For over three decades, the tall purple man known as “Toddzilla” has been a unique part of the Nashville musical landscape. His skills as a guitarist and performer--along with his lengthy tenure in the rock ‘n’ roll trenches of Music City--have earned him titles like “Legend” and “Nashville Icon.” Those in the know in the most musical city in America have no doubt about who he is.  He walks his own path with his unique and daring image, cultivated to embody the funkiness of his music; it always gets him noticed immediately. Toddzilla’s hairstyle has become as iconic in Nashville as Michael Jackson’s glove. A combination of multi-colored hair-wraps and a swept-up, gravity-defying Mohawk, “the hairdo” is a fashion statement that literally stops traffic. Together with flashy, Technicolor zoot-suits stolen straight from Morris Day’s closet, it creates a signature look that is both funky-chic and full-blast rock star.

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Ryman Auditorium
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3rd and Lindsley
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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Sat, Jan 19 11:30 am
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
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