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Nicknamed 'Music City' Nashville is one of the most famous music destinations in the world. Explore that rich musical history on your visit to Nashville.
This unique venue has been credited with leading the way to Nashville becoming Music City. If you're looking to see a live show while in Nashville this is the place to go. Every Saturday The Grand Ole Opray offers a one-night only line-up that includes a mix of country legends, rising stars and current chart-topping country artists. It's clear to see why it's known as 'Country's most famous stage' as it's welcomed performers including Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash and even a 16 year-old Taylor Swift more than a month before her debut album.
Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving the history of it's namesake. Here you'll find an array of permanent and revolving exhibits including artifacts, memorabilia, photographs, vintage video and sound recordings. Their core exhibit Sing Me Back Home will take you through the history of country music from it's roots to what we know today.
If you're a big country fan you won't want to miss the Johnny Cash Museum which is home to the largest collection of Johnny Cash memorabilia and artifacts. It's collection of memorabilia and artifact is so vast it includes a stone wall taken from his homestead in Tennessee! The Johnny Cash Museum has been ranked #1 on travel lists from both Forbes and National Geographic Travel and is widely regarded as one of the best music museums in the world.
'Home of 1,000 Hits' RCA Studio B is one of the most legendary recording studios in the world. Some of the world's largest country hits including Grammy nominated and winning songs were recorded at RCA Studio B including Elvis Presley's "How Great Thou Art" and Dolly Parton's "Jolene." See the blue X were countless artists stood to sing, the pianos that have never left the room since it's opening in 1957 and were used by Elvis for recording.
This lively street runs through the heart of downtown Nashville and is renowned for it's live country music and honky tonks. If you're looking to grab a beer, enjoy a meal and listen to live music and buskers trying to make it big, this is the place to be! You can even find restaurants owned by some of country music's biggest stars like Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean and Dierks Bentley. A night out on Broadway Street is the best way to see Nashville in all it's musical glory.