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In September 1986, Steve Earle's first album was shaking up Nashville, and country music circles, like nobody else had done since Willie, Waylon and the original Outlaw gang. He was a skinny kid from San Antonio, Texas - the oldest of 5 kids whose Dad was an air traffic controller. He got his first acoustic guitar when he was 11 and listened to The Beatles, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Elvis, but he had an unquenchable thirst and curiosity about all kinds of music… and people. He was no doubt a rebel, running away from home several times to hit the road, playing honky tonks and bars wherever they would let him in. During these hitch-hiking and traveling days, he was befriended by the legendary Texas singer-songwriter, Townes Van Zandt, of whom Steve said, "He was a real good teacher and a real bad role model." Steve left home for good at age 16 and moved to Nashville. This show, his first appearance on Austin City Limits, captures the excitement and free spirit of that first seminal album, "Guitar Town," which was nothing less than a collection of personal odysseys. He was certainly a musical renegade from day one, and that's one thing about him that hasn't changed. This performance displays the vintage Steve Earle sound that paved the way for a new generation of country rockers willing to buck the Nashville system. - Terry Lickona (Producer Austin City Limits)

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TAFM defines farmers markets as:

A Farmers Market provides farmers an alternative opportunity to sell their farm products (fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs) and other goods, along with value added products, such as salsa, jams and jellies directly to the consumer at a centralized location with other farmers. It has set hours, a set of operating rules and may be sponsored by a local government, a non profit corporation or similar group. Vendors selling handcrafted items, baked goods and other products may be added based upon the rules and regulations of the market, to help enhance the shopping experience.

The Tennessee Association of Farmers Markets is an organization made up of TN farmers and farmers market managers.

Goals of TAFM include:

  • Develop educational resources for markets, market managers and market consumers
  • Provide networking opportunities for farmers, farmers markets and supporting community organizations
  • Provide a unified voice on issues and policy that impacts Tennessee’s farmers markets