Camp Nashville Postponed Until 2010

Organizers of Camp Nashville announced that the inaugural event scheduled for May 21 through May 25, along with a concert scheduled for May 25 at Nashville's Wildhorse Saloon, has been postponed until 2010.

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The current state of the economy is the primary reason for the cancellation. Producers of the event are hopeful that the economic conditions will continue to improve and are planning to host the inaugural event next year. Camp Nashville was designed as country music's first fantasy camp, where registrants would receive mentoring and coaching from such stars as Andy Griggs, Henry Paul of BlackHawk, Darryl Worley and many others. Pending confirmation of next year's schedule, current registrants will be given full refunds. Visit campnashville.com for more information.

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