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Nashville is a colorful place, offering the opportunities of a big city with all the charms of a small town. Known endearingly as Music City, Nashville sits along the beautiful and winding Cumberland River and is surrounded by stunning natural beauty. The town is one of the fastest-growing cities in America.
It’s impossible to talk about Nashville without talking about country music. The city has long-been a Mecca for aspiring musicians and artists. The presence of the industry is strong here. Just take a walk down what’s known as Music Row, where hundreds of music-related businesses reside, such as record label offices, licensing agencies and recording studios including famed RCA Studio B.
Stand anywhere on Broadway, even on a weekday, and wallow in the energy and vibrancy surrounding you. You can hear music coming from almost every bar. Walk into even the most hole-in-the-wall joints and hear breathtakingly masterful musicianship. Though country music gets most of the press, Nashville is about great music and great musicians, no matter the genre.
Of course, you always need things to do while you’re giving your ringing ears a rest. Take in a Nashville Predators hockey game at Bridgestone Arena. (Though, you may still get an earful, as Nashville takes its hockey very seriously.) Head to Centennial Park for a peaceful stroll and an opportunity to see a full-scale reproduction of the Parthenon, inside of which you’ll find an art gallery.
Nashville offers a unique cultural landscape. The atmosphere is colored by the presence of two very prestigious universities—Vanderbilt and Belmont. Beyond that, Nashville has very much developed a reputation as a foodie hub—not surprisingly in light of how many great restaurants reside here!
Although technically located in the South, Nashville has almost always had a reputation for being a crossroads. This pretty town by the river is still bringing people together to this day, to make great music and for nearly every other wonderful reason.