Some might mistakenly think all the revelry at CMA Fest is a young persons game, but Granny Rich proved that wrong during day three of the festival when she spent Saturday afternoon doing shots and signing autographs. Joining her grandson, John Rich, at Nashvilles Frugal MacDoogal Wine & Liquor Warehouse, the 87-year-old spitfire posed for photos and chatted with fans while signing 227 bottles of her Granny Rich Reserve, setting a record for bottle signings at that retail location.
Ive enjoyed every minute of it, Ann Granny Rich tells Sounds Like Nashville as she finished up her first autograph session.
The feisty octogenarian celebrated her 87th birthday last Valentines Day at her grandsons Nashville nightclub Redneck Riviera where she launched her very own whiskey, Granny Rich Reserve. It followed the 2018 debut of her grandsons Redneck Riviera Whiskey, which is currently available in 44 states. Rich worked with his grandmother to create her very own special blend.
Hey Granny, what is it that you like so much about this whiskey that you and I have concocted? Rich asks his beloved family matriarch as the autograph session/tasting party drew to a close.
Well its ...