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9 People You Didn't Know Had Lived In Nashville

Country music and spicy fried chicken aren't the only great things that have come out of Nashville — the people are pretty great too. Check out the Nashville All Day Beauty series with Hayden Panettiere for a glimpse inside her Nashville life and tips on how she gets country beautiful.

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2. Jimi Hendrix — Musician

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Jimi Hendrix began his musical tenure in Nashville while waiting for his friend to be discharged from nearby Fort Campbell, where they both had been stationed. (Hendrix enlisted in the Army in 1961, but was discharged due to his rambunctiousness.)

5. Andrew Jackson — Seventh President of the United States

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In 1804, the seventh president of the United States and his wife purchased a plantation named The Hermitage in Nashville, where they lived for the remainder of their lives.

6. Hank Williams III — Singer

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Born and raised in Nasvhille, Hank Williams III has continued his famous country music bloodline singing in country music bands and crossing over to metal.

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