Nashville – music capital of the U.S

Nashville – music capital of the us

” Welcome to Nashville , you can take luggage bins and  guitar in conveyor ” the words of the hostess when you are landing in the state capital of Tennessee , USA .
As the state capital of east Tennessee Central America , Nashville is the center of the music industry and nickname ” Music City – the city of music ” also stems from that .

Nashville has over 125 places to play blues , rock , jazz and country ( country music ) . Looking for a place to listen to music in just a matter of  your hobby . Music is everywhere , you will be able to hear the songs emanating from speakers placed at the intersection or street side cafes .

Nashville has songwriter community is the largest and it’s unique place where you can drop ” music ” from the top down rather than ” time ball ” during the Eve as other cities .
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There are many places to play music at Neshville . Photo: Sean Pavone / Shutterstock

You can begin your exploration of Nashville at the Country Music Hall of Fame and museum has the same name , where it ‘s kept many mementos like country music album , video clip , clothes performances by singers from the green shoes of Carl Perkins ‘s Versace gown Faith Hill , Taylor Swift guitar or a shiny Cadillac of Elvis Presley . Also Music City ‘s Walk of Fame – Avenue for famous music artists are worth to visit and allow you to come closer to the singer , his favorite musician .

Also known as the ” House of thousands of hits ” , a visit to RCA Studio B can be make you know more about  Nashville . Located in the heart of ” Music Road ” ( 16th Avenue South and 17th ) , Studio B has recorded approximately 40 million singles each sold over 35,000 songs and over 200 Elvis songs Founded in 1957 , this studio to work the first day after Elvis died in 1977. coincidentally An amazingly .

Newest Museum in the city ‘s  ” Johnny Cash “ – musician , singer , actor and famous authors have great influence on American music in the 20th century . One of the precious artifacts is the marriage registration of June and Johnny , a portion of the wall of Hendersonville family had been destroyed by fire , a tin cup from Folsom Prison where Johnny Cash recorded albums and songs written tunes before he finally died .

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Wall portrays legendary singer songwriter – Johnny Cash . Photo: Cynthia Dial

Lower Broadway is district where entertainment of Nashville focus here . They are opened from 10am to 3am the next morning . You will feel the atmosphere of music ” dense ” surrounding streets . This step is where legends like Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson began his career . Nowadays , a lot of musical talent also seek opportunities to shine from Lower Broadway .

After wandering tired , you can stay at the Bluebird Café , close to Lower Broadway . From opening day in 1982, Bluebird has become Nashville ‘s treasures . Rich history in space , cafe is always ” mecca ” inspire so many musicians . Faith Hill and Kathy Mattea was trained on the stage this nice little cozy , plus singer -songwriter Taylor Swift also revealed 15 years old talent from here .

Most attractive destination city may include Grand Ole Opry . Many of the show from the young singer Carrie Underwood sang the country music legend Tammy Wynette with ” Stand by Your Man ” and Vince Gill … has left an unforgettable impression in the audience . In 1974, the theater Orpy moved from the old location to the current location Ryman and still exciting every night .

In addition to music , Nashville is still a lot of fun waiting for you to discover . The city was founded on Christmas Day 1779 . Near the highest point of the city – on Capitol Hill , you will be able to find one of the most wonderful place to stay , 5 star hotel Hermitage . Opened in 1910 , ” million dollar hotel ” luxurious Persian rug use , marble Sienna ( Italy ) on paved entrance and a glass ceiling in very artistic .