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Episode 4: Bill Ramsey & Ode to Otha
Otha Turner was a music legend from Mississippi Hill Country and one of the last remaining fife players in the fife and drum blues music tradition. When he passed in 2003 at the age of 94, that tradition and his legacy were left in the hands of his 12-year-old granddaughter Shardé Thomas and someone more unlikely—Nashville attorney Bill Ramsey. Their bond led to the preservation of an all-but-forgotten African American music tradition and to one of Nashville’s most unique and meaningful parties-- Ode to Otha.
Go to http://www.othaturner.com/party.html for more information on Ode to Otha Online or head over to http://shfbmt.convio.net/site/TR?px=1460188&fr_id=1311&pg=personal to make a donation to Second Harvest Food Bank in the event's name.
Episode 3: JK Simms
Employment law attorney JK Simms with Thompson Burton in Franklin sits down with Sidebar to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic, how it's impacting his practice and the legal issues his clients might have further down the road.
Episode 2: Kirsten Jacobson
Sidebar sits in on an "Improv for Communication" CLE and attorney Kirsten Jacobson talks to us about the benefits of improv for attorneys.
Episode 1: Keeda Haynes
Sidebar premiers with the story of Keeda Haynes, who went from undergrad, to federal prison inmate, then emerged as a Tennessee lawyer. Hear here story now.