About 40 miles southwest of Nashville is a little bit of a town they call Bon Aqua. An old building sits close to the tracks near the crossroads. Over the years it has been many things - a store, a post office, and even a recording studio. But somewhere along the way, one part of its history was lost. Until now.
Years ago, the people of Bon Aqua loved this building because of its little stage. Back then, the legendary performer Johnny Cash was one in a long series of owners, and along with his family and close friends he put on shows here. These were concerts everyone could attend for free and where everyone could be free.
Today, the Little Stage at the Storytellers Museum is coming back to life. Songs are being sung again, and stories are being told. Our hope is that you may find this collection of stories from the Storytellers Museum to be a source of life-giving inspiration.