Kesha and Old Crow Medicine Show Talk Nashville Roots

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Kesha and Old Crow Medicine Show are celebrated and loved in music cities around the world. But to them, Nashville will always be home.

Kesha is a native of the Tennessee capital, and although she is one of pop music’s most recognized artists, her country music roots run deep. Her mother Pebe Sebert co-wrote Dolly Parton’s 1980 hit “Old Flames (Can’t Hold a Candle to You),” and Parton guests on Kesha’s version of the song on Rainbow.

“I love being from here,” Kesha told CMT Hot 20 Countdown. “I grew up on country music … and Old Crow was one of the bands I always listened to.”

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