Tanya Tucker Spotted Riding A Horse Around Downtown Nashville Ahead Of Country Music Hall Of Fame Induction

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You see a lot of weird things around downtown Nashville these days.

Take a walk down by the bars on Broadway and you’ll likely see bachelorettes wearing all sorts of penis-inspired gear, tourists on party buses, tractors or rolling hot tubs, a Louis Armstrong impersonator singing “What a Wonderful World” in front of the Ryman Auditorium…it’s a wild scene.

But this weekend, visitors to downtown Music City caught a glimpse of another wild sight: Country music legend Tanya Tucker riding a horse.

The singer was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame yesterday, along with Patty Loveless and songwriter Bob McDill. But on Saturday, ahead of her induction, Tucker showed up to the Hall of Fame in style atop her horse, much to the surprise of onlookers in downtown Nashville.

It may have been a bizarre sight to see Tanya Tucker on horseback riding around Broadway, but it’s not the first time she’s used her beloved horse to make quite the entrance.

Back in June, the “Delta Dawn” singer made an appearance at the Grand Ole Opry and rode her horse onto the historic stage.

And when you’re a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, with as many iconic hits as Tanya Tucker has, you can pretty much do what you want in Nashville.

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