Fine-art photographer Joe Fizer sets his camera to capture an image of the Ryman Auditorium. The landmark red brick building was originally a church, but is more famous as the longtime home of the Opry. During those years, the Ryman saw its share of historic events, like that night in 1949 when Hank Williams did so well in his Opry debut that he sang half a dozen encores of "Lovesick Blues."
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