Nashville: Music City

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In this week’s video we arrive at the Music City and enjoy Nashville’s notorious night life. The main drag is called Broadway. It begins at the Cumberland river and it goes for about a mile to the west. This is the site of all the famous honky tonk bars, and there is great live music everywhere.

In the morning we explore downtown a little bit. We pass by the Tennessee State Capitol, the Legislative Plaza, and the war memorial. Back in the broadway area we pass by the  Ryman Auditorium, often called the Mother Church of Country Music. We also enjoy a beer for breakfast and some wonderful country music at the Legends Corner. Our next stop is the Country Music Hall of Fame, and my favorite part, the guided tour of RCA Studio B, where Elvis Presley and many other great luminaries of rock n’ roll and country music recorded many hit songs. We end our day at the Centennial Park, admiring the only life size replica of the Parthenon in the world.

We left so many things unseen in this great musical city that a second date is a most. We shall return soon. The next time I want to eat some hot chicken and see the Musica fountain, which became controversial for depicting nudity. I also want to go to the Grand Ole Opry, and attend a concert in one of many acoustically perfect venues.

Until the next time thank you for following my YouTube Channel and see you on the road!

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