From the city’s rhythm & blues heritage and honky tonks, to its famous music venues, uncover insider stories and intriguing facts about the people, places, and events responsible for the city’s iconic reputation. It’s an evening filled with music, history and fun and a close-up view of some of the most legendary spots in town.
The home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974.
When you walk through the doors of the historic Ryman Auditorium, one thing becomes clear right away: this isn’t just another nightly music venue, and it’s so much more than a daytime tourist stop. This place is hallowed ground. Read More
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Coyote Ugly Saloon is the most famous bar in the United States with 14 locations across the country. Coyote Ugly also has bars in Russia, Germany, Japan, Ukraine and Wales, and will be opening soon in Canada and Mexico.
The original Coyote Ugly Saloon officially opened its doors in New York on January 27, 1993, and other locations followed. Read More
The home of Johann Albert and Margaretha Lotz and the site of The Battle of Franklin, Built in 1858. The house, which has been on the National Historic Register since 1976 is located in the heart of downtown historic Franklin, Tennessee at “ground zero” of the Battle of Franklin which was a pivotal battle in the American Civil War. On the night of November 29, 1864 approximately 25,000 Northern soldiers retreated from Spring Hill, Tennessee into Franklin, Tennessee. Read More
Madame Tussauds, Nashville’s ONLY interactive music themed was attraction. Built to honor Nashville and it’s deep roots in music history, Madame Tussauds will take you on a musical journey through time alongside a memorable cast of musical guests from the worlds of country, pop, rock, jazz, & blues,
One of Tennessee’s largest and longest-running nonprofit performing arts organizations, the Nashville Symphony has been an integral part of the Music City sound since 1946. Led by music director Giancarlo Guerrero, the 83-member ensemble performs 170 concerts annually, with a focus on contemporary American orchestral music through collaborations with composers including Jennifer Higdon, Aaron Jay Kernis and John Harbison. Read More
Lane Motor Museum is one of the few museums in the U.S. to specialize in European cars. Some cars are in showroom condition, while others represent typical aging. Efforts are made to restore each vehicle to near-original specifications. The Museum has been developed in a well-known Nashville landmark, the former Sunbeam Bakery at 702 Murfreesboro Pike. Read More
A great bookstore in Franklin, Tennessee.
Over 60,000 new and hard to find rare books including over 1500 signed first editions. Maps, prints, post cards and ephemera. The original inventory that helped open the bookstore — a 50,000-plus collection — came from Dad’s Old Bookstore, which was located in Green Hills and closed in 2005. Our passion lies in Tennessee and Southern literature, culture and history, but that is not all you will find in this historical 200+ year old landmark building. Read More