Why Tennessee Remains The Centre Of The Music Universe
We all know Nashville is the birthplace of country music, and home of the Grand Ole Opry. Tennessee is where you’ll find gaudy-yet-fabulous theme park Dollywood – owned by the inimitable Dolly Parton. The southern state also boasts the most famous rock-n-roll residence on the planet: Elvis Presley’s former home, Graceland (where many still claim to see the King, on occasion). In Nashville itself, music is everywhere, pouring into the streets from the honky-tonk bars of Lower Broadway, which host up-and-coming local talent. Those local musicians become stars-in-the-making at the hundreds of recording studios you will find sprinkled along Music Row. No wonder Nashville is known as Music City. So don’t miss these must-see music stops on your next visit to Tennessee. Bonus points if you get a record deal while you’re visiting…
As you can see, Nashville is the place to be! And with all the free fun you can have in Music City, including free music all day every day, Nashville is the best all around. Start planning your trip now.