NASHVILLE, TN, September 12, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Tequila Cowboy
holds pride in knowing that it is located in the famed Music City of Nashville, Tennessee. Travelers from all over the country flock to this area to enjoy some great local and mainstream music. At the same time, they can spend their days feasting at one of Nashville's fine dining establishments. But just how amazing is the city of Nashville in terms of its music scene? One article
in The Seattle Times takes a look at the Music City's greatest asset.
The most prominent of Nashville's music-centered establishments is the Bluebird Cafe. Unlike typical restaurants, this location is dedicated to strongly promoting the music scene. People go to the Bluebird to listen to fine music. If a patron talks during a performance, they will be quieted. All outside noise must be kept to a minimum in order to enhance the musical atmosphere.
Tequila Cowboy explains that Nashville houses the famous Music Row. This consists of two streets packed with a musician's dreams come true. Travelers will find recording studios, music attorneys' offices, and music company offices along Music Row. One of its greatest features; however, is the world-renowned American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers' building. Anyone who is planning to break into the music business is highly encouraged to check out Nashville, especially Music Row.
Tourists will find further enjoyment of the performing arts at Nashville's Parthenon. Constructed in 1897, this replica was designed to kick-off the Centennial Exposition. Nowadays, it has become a home to the arts and a vast amount of events.
Another landmark of Nashville is the Grand Ole Opry. Further enhancing the city's musical aura is this institution that hosts a live, varied, two-hour radio show. Guests will have the chance to listen to the songs of some amazing bands at the Opry including; Lonesome River Band, the Whites, and Riders in the Sky. Country-lovers find it hard not to enjoy Nashville's impressive collection of artists.
tourist hotspot. Tequila Cowboy points to the fabulous dining establishments, prestigious colleges, including Vanderbilt and Belmont, art galleries, river cruises, and historical landmarks, such as Andrew Jackson's house.
An associate of Tequila Cowboy stated, "Nashville takes all of its local talent seriously. The Music City Center actually just opened a Songwriters Hall of Fame gallery to honor Nashville's historical musical contributors. People that want to enjoy making or listening music should do themselves a favor and come down to Nashville as soon as they can!"
The last Nashville attraction worth mentioning is the Ryman Auditorium. This building was first opened as the Union Gospel Tabernacle in 1892 and played host to various events such as Broadway shows and sporting events. From 1943 to 1974, it even housed the Grand Ole Opry. Newly renovated in 1994, the Ryman is Nashville's best tool to lend the city's support to all genres of music. Tequila Cowboy notes that Nashville's support of the musical arts has truly made it live up to its name of "Music City."
is a restaurant chain with locations in Nashville, TN and West Palm Beach, FL. It draws a mixed crowd of men and women that range in ages from 21-45. Guests come to this spot to enjoy the great food, live country music, and fun activities, including a mechanical bull. Tequila Cowboy is a great place for people who want to celebrate their bachelor/bachelorette parties, or just have a fun night any day of the week.