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Where should I go in Nashville?

Cool Beans 18 Mar 15 - 01:25 PM
Mark Ross 18 Mar 15 - 02:55 PM
GUEST,Lewis Becker 18 Mar 15 - 03:20 PM
GUEST,Bignige 18 Mar 15 - 05:48 PM
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Subject: Where should I go in Nashville?
From: Cool Beans
Date: 18 Mar 15 - 01:25 PM

My wife is attending a conference in Nashville March 26-29. Our evenings are free. Where should we go to hear music? Is the Opry a must? How about the Bluebird? Tootsie's? Places I've never heard of? Thanks as always...

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Subject: RE: Where should I go in Nashville?
From: Mark Ross
Date: 18 Mar 15 - 02:55 PM

If you play stringed instruments definitely check out Gruhn's Guitars. If you like books Fred Koller (who co-wrote TALK DIRTY TO ME IN HAWAIIAN) owns a what I hear is a really nice used book store.

Mark Ross

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Subject: RE: Where should I go in Nashville?
From: GUEST,Lewis Becker
Date: 18 Mar 15 - 03:20 PM

The best thing I found to do is to walk up and down the three blocks or so of Broadway You will hear music coming out of all the bars. Pick one that sounds good and go in. If it turns out that you don't like it, walk out and pick another one. There was no cover charge or admission anywhere when I was there. I tended to like Robert's Western World the best, but there were other great bars also. Lew

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Subject: RE: Where should I go in Nashville?
From: GUEST,Bignige
Date: 18 Mar 15 - 05:48 PM

Lucky enough to have been there several times, and it is difficult not to find music. AsLewis rightly says walking up and down the Broadway (Downtown), is a good place to start. All the bars are pretty good if you don't like whats on in the Bar you're in, go next door, or next but one etc, Personally I like Roberts Western Swing Bar, but Tootsies, Legends, Bluegrass Inn all worth a look in. Opry is a real must so slick, but you have to take who is on the day you go sometimes they don't know who will be playing until the last minute. My favorite place of all though is the Station Inn, in the Gulch area. Its a real old world venue, but totally authentic and specializes in Bluegrass, but seen Country and Western Swing there. Out of town I can recommend the Nashville Palace and John A's in and around the Opry Mill complex. Have a great time you can'y fail to enjoy.

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