If you miss the old MTV show Cribs where celebrities led viewers on a tour of their lavish and one-of-a-kind homes, you are in luck. In a new clip from Pickler & Ben, John Rich takes us through his Nashville abode dubbed "Mt. Richmore."
John Rich (of Big & Rich) clearly loves his large, yet very welcoming, home. At the entranceway, he shows viewers his array of Johnny Cash memorabilia alongside his own country music awards, and down the hall, his elevator full of photos of country musicians.
This little section of the home displays that this is truly "the house that music built." Keep your eyes peeled, later on in the tour, a piece of artwork by Johnny Cash is shown.
Perhaps the most jaw-dropping part of Rich's home is the third-floor stage and bar. It looks like one of the nicest music venues you could ever find, complete with a "disco saddle" hanging from the ceiling.
Rich uses the concert space, along with the outdoor area with an Instagram-worthy guitar-shaped pool, to hold events. He says parties at his Nashville home have accumulatively raised over $6 million for charity, showing that he hopes to use his fame and fortune in a positive way -- an appropriate use for "the house that music built."