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1. Outlaw country artist Billy Joe Shaver dead at 81 -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Outlaw country singer songwriter Billy Joe Shaver, who wrote songs like "Honky Tonk Heroes," "I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train" and "Old Five and Dimers Like Me," has died He was 81.

2. Nashville School of Law provides alternative path to legal career -

There’s no motto hanging over the entrance to Nashville School of Law.

If there were, it might read: “Never too late.”

Translated into Latin, of course.

As Tennessee’s only part-time, independent night law program, Nashville School of Law has, for more than 100 years, been turning out a stream of lawyers to populate every level of government, the courts and judiciary, as well as law firms and private practices across the state.

3. Writer of hits scores renovation success -

Tia Sillers is best known for taking words used in everyday language, transforming them into lyrics, then choosing music notes that have been around since the beginning of time and melding the assemblage into art in the form of her songs.

4. Music City mourns country legend George Jones -

NASHVILLE (AP) — For a guy who sang so many sad songs, George Jones left behind a lot of laughs.

There was more humor than sadness at Jones' funeral Thursday at the Grand Ole Opry House as thousands gathered in Nashville — some arriving hours before sunrise — to pay their respects to the man whose voice has defined country music for more than half a century.

5. Earl Scruggs remembered for banjo excellence -

NASHVILLE (AP) - Earl Scruggs was remembered Sunday as an influential, helpful and humble banjo player who put his own mark on bluegrass music.