Twelve Things Not To Miss In Nashville

Since 1925, Nashville has been a city built in sound, with thousands of recording studios throughout the city.

In the 1950s, Nashville musicians traded banjos and fiddles for drums, horns and background vocals, creating the Nashville sound. Today, there are endless honky-tonks on Lower Broadway, havens for aspiring songwriters, singers and musicians, places where Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson and many others got their start. Even more well-known are the iconic stages of the Grand Ole’ Opry and the Ryman Auditorium.