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Tourists Can Experience More than Just Music in Nashville

Posted: May. 3rd, 2013  |  By Michael Pearse
Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville
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Nashville, Tennessee might be the music capital of the United States, but that's not the only thing people want to experience while on a vacation (unless, of course, every moment of the entire vacation is based on music). Check out the link below for some great tourist tips re food and entertainment.

Songwriters and musicians flock to Nashville, Tenn., creating music as diverse and exciting as bluegrass, Americana, gospel, rock, pop, Grammy-winning classical and, of course, country. Whether in gargantuan venues such as the Grand Ole Opry, halls like the Schermerhorn Symphony Center or the reach-out-and-touch-the-guitars intimacy of the bluegrass jam sessions at the Station Inn, music of some kind or another always is wafting through the nooks and crannies of this city.

After dark, check out the honky-tonk bars along Broadway: Robert’s Western World with the big red boot, Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge next door where you’re likely to rub elbows with Opry stars and Legends Corner with its tip jar for struggling musicians.


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