Fri
Sep 8 2017
10:07 pm

Keep Knoxville Beautiful and Scripps Networks are partnering to create a new painting located at the corner of Bearden Place and Irwin Street. The mural commemorates a musician born and raised in Knoxville.

"It's a depiction of Harry McClintock's song, Big Rock Candy Mountain, and he was born in Knoxville. It's a really lovely song about sort of a heavenly place where everything is good,"

New mural being painted in Downtown North

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That sure takes me back in

That sure takes me back in time. My parents were fans of Burl Ives and he sang a popular version of Big Rock Candy Mountain.

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