"This place was full of Nashville legends all week long and they were having fun," Johnson said. "They'd come in and listen to us cut a couple songs. They just wanted to hang out and be a witness to it. And I think it had to be doing the same thing for them that it was doing to us. It was soul-stirring music at its finest."
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