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The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. The Georgia Music Hall of Fame includes a country music exhibit.
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. Alan Jackson and Trisha Yearwood's wardrobe at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. Bill Anderson and Brenda Lee are members of the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. Kristen Hall's lyrics to Sugarland's "Baby Girl" at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. The Georgia Music Hall of Fame includes an exhibit of Gretsch guitars.
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. A statue of Otis Redding, one of Macon's most famous musicians
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. The H&H Cafe, a favorite restaurant of the Allman Brothers Band
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. The graves of Duane Allman and Berry Oakley in Rose Hill Cemetery
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. The grave that inspired Dickey Betts to write "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed."
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. The grave that inspired the Allman Brothers' "Little Maggie"
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. The Allman Brothers Band was once photographed by this monument in Rose Hill Cemetery.
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. The Big House, where the Allman Brothers Band lived
The Musical Heritage of Macon, Ga. This once-stolen roadcase will go in the Big House Museum next year.