Stonewall Jackson became a member of the Grand Ole Opry about as fast as any ever did. It took him about 24 hours. After finishing a stint in the Navy, Stonewall — who was named after the famous Confederate general, claimed as a relative — farmed for two years, until he saved enough to buy a new pickup truck. Once he got it, he drove right to Nashville. After singing three songs for a few tastemakers, including the Opry’s founder, “they took me down the hall and signed me to a regular member’s contract,” Stonewall says. “I’ve been here ever since.”
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