Bluegrass in a barbershop. Please, don’t let these traditions die with the generation before us. This is too good to go away.. ever.
New York 30’s : Harry, a racist barber changes his mind at the arrival of a magical trumpet in his barber shop!
The art of the barbershop isn’t dead, friends. As my generation ages, we search for and desire the tried and true methods of being a gentleman that our grandfathers exhibited without fail. The place where a man can be a man, and look like a gentlemen in Nashville is Green Hills Barbershop.
Go to the site. You won’t see a sales pitch. You’ll see a barbershop with location, hours and services. No sales pitch needed. If you want to know how good they are, visit them in Green Hills are of Nashville right next to the Bluebird Cafe. Just walk down those magnificent stairs.
I’ll guarantee that you walk back up those stairs after visiting Jeff or Sara feeling like the gentleman that your grandfather always desired you to be. I do every time.
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