Holiday Inn Express Murfreesboro Central
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I left the Johnny Cash Museum until my last full day in Nashville...mostly because he is probably the one 'country' star I really know and like, and I wanted to get to know the city and the other artists I knew little about beforehand... I would think Cash is the one artist most us British non-country music fans know...apart from Dolly, that is. I knew he was prolific...I had no idea he was around at the very beginning of rock n roll...that he recorded at Sun, that he ...
Change of venue today due to 2 things- 1. The Country Music Association award ceremony and concert is on today and there are lots of road closures in Downtown Nashville. 2. It started raining heavily at 6am this morning and is still raining at 9pm. We went to the 'mall' for a couple of hours then to the Nashville Palace - a very large bar and dance venue in East Nashville with music all day from 11am to 2am, ended up staying all afternoon - ...
... of Nashville currently housing some 1500 music related businesses. Studio B is a recording studio said to have produced over 1000 hits including around 70 Elvis number 1's, hits by The Everly Brothers, Willie Nelson, Charlie Pride, Dolly Parton and more. The history of the studio very well portrayed by a knowledgable and funny lady tour ...
... is quite small and could be said to be 'tacky' but actually there are plenty of interesting shops and loads of bars - all with live bands or solo singers from 11am until late, no cover charges and normal drink prices and a bucket for band donations, back again ...
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On the first Jan, the troops were too worn out to fight and wanted to clear the field, so fighting recommenced on the second and this time the Union routed the Confederates for one of the worst defeats of the war.