Nashville is known as "Music City" in large part due to the country music institutions along Music Row. Since the 1950s, the recording studios and music labels in the Music Row district revitalized country music, transformed musicians into stars, and produced hit after hit. Come see where Owen Bradley shaped "the Nashville Sound," where Dolly Parton almost failed to record her first album, and where Elvis used to stay. Along the way, we'll visit memorials to past music heroes, enjoy a cocktail, and taste the best Nashville Hot Chicken in town.
Hi, I'm Maria! Things I love: Brunch on Saturdays and yoga on Sundays. Sunny Central Park picnics with friends (and a litte rosé). Afternoon lattes and that segue into happy hour cocktails. Creating amazing guest experiences at Mint House. Things I'm trying to love: The New York Times crossword puzzle. My book club. Kombucha. Adulting. Bucket List: Burning Man
We begin our stroll of Music Row with the Quonset Hut Studio - appropriate since it was the first recording studio in the neighborhood and …
As they watched the spark of The Nashville Sound start to ignite, the Radio Corporation of America realized they needed a presence on Music…
Today it is a condominium, but back in the day, Spence Manor at 11 Music Square East was a five-star hotel that catered to the out-of-town …
We find ourselves in Owen Bradley Park, named after the godfather of the Nashville Sound movement.
The nine nude dancers across the street represent _Musica_ by local sculpture Alan LeQuire. This is easily the most scandalous and debated …
Thirsty? Rather than slugging beers at a Music Row honky tonk, let's do something less expected and sip handcrafted cocktails.
It would be a sin to venture to Music Row and not visit Hattie B's Hot Chicken. Nashville invented the spicy chicken sandwich, and Hattie B…
I had no idea just how influential and important Music Row and Nashville was and still are for American music. I’ll be breathing fire the rest of the night thanks to Hattie B‘s, but very happily doing so. Looking forward to going on another of Maria’s Sidewalks.
Apr 18, 2019
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