Howard Johnson Downtown/Opryland
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So today is the day when I go to The Opry! I couldn't be more excited. First though I decide to explore East Nashville, feeling pretty rough I walk over the Cumberland River via the Cumberland Bridge (I might have made that up?) and found some cute little vintage shops and bars, it's like a smaller version of Dalston or Brixton Village or something. Lovely but the walk kills me off so I head back to the Hostel before going ...
... talent in Nashville is phenomenal, even the buskers sound like they should have a record deal.
We had dinner and a few drinks at this cool bar where we listened to a couple (female and male) doing acoustic country music - they were brilliant.
Because Nashville is full of incredibly talented musicians they work off of tips only. The bars don't charge a cover fee or pay them so the only money they make is from tips. Thats a tough ...
... back to the
1880s. It became the home of the Grand Ole Opry in 1943 and continued through 1974 when it moved to the new location. Just like yesterday, we got to go on the stage and have our picture taken. I think I liked this tour even better than the new Opry House.
After lunch in the Back ...
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In 1937 this ...
... was a bit too pricey for me. As the sisters had already decided to have a pizza later on and I didn't fancy one I bought a sandwich from an urban eatery nearby for my evening meal. I thoroughly enjoyed the music. It turns out that these guys were quite famous and had worked with all of the top country stars. They sang a couple of songs from a CD Carl had produced as a tribute to the Leuvin brothers - Guys I had never heard of but who were apparently the best harmony singers in the ...