Chelle Bliss Biography & Facts
The following is a list of notable people who have lived in Nashville, Tennessee.
People born in Nashville:
Musicians and songwriters
With its status as a major hub of music production (especially country and gospel music), Nashville attracts a wide array of musicians, singers, and songwriters.
Edward Carmack – former U.S. Senator, newspaper editor, and attorney
Bill Frist – former U.S. Senate Majority Leader
Al Gore, Jr. – former U.S. Vice President and Senator; recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize
Tipper Gore – Second Lady of the United States 1993–2001
Andrew Jackson – former U.S. President
Andrew Johnson – former U.S. President and Vice President
John Lewis – civil rights leader, U.S. Congressman (GA 5th Dist.), and former SNCC chairman
Fred Meyer – treasurer of Aladdin Industries in Nashville, pre-1971; chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, 1988–1994; president of Tyler Corporation in Dallas, 1983–1986; native of suburban Chicago
James K. Polk – former U.S. President
Fred Thompson – former U.S. Senator and actorLocal
Megan Barry – first female mayor of Nashville; first female mayor of Nashville to resign office
Phil Bredesen – mayor of Nashville 1991–99, governor of Tennessee 2003–2011
John Ray Clemmons (born 1977) – member of the Tennessee House of Representatives, representing the 55th district, in West Nashville
Karl Dean – former mayor of Nashville
John Jay Hooker – attorney, perennial candidate, and political gadfly
Diane Neighbors – vice mayor of Nashville, 2007–2015
List of people from TennesseeNotes
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