If you live in Nashville, or you plan to visit in the near feature, that probably means you are a country music lover. If that’s the case, there are a few country music attractions you absolutely must visit. Here are a few that are either free, or very cheap to visit.
Ernest Tubb Record Shop
In 1947 the very first Ernest Tubb Record Shop opened its doors in Nashville. During that time all country music record stores were not the norm. They were the first in the Nashville area. Over the years the shop has evolved and opened a variety of other stores. Find out more about the Ernest Tubb Record Shop visit www.ETrecordshop.com.
Music City Walk of Fame
You can’t visit Nashville without visiting the Music City Walk of Fame. Music Mile, as some affectionately refer to it as, has been around since 2006. It is located on Demonbreun Street and runs about a mile long. Find out more by visiting http://www.visitmusiccity.com/walkoffame.
Nashville Cowboy Church
The Nashville Cowboy Church is unlike any church you have ever been to. Here you will find some of your favorite country music stars, as well as songwriters from the local area, performing a slew of some of the best gospel songs ever written.
Services take place at the Texas Troubadour Theatre and are held every Sunday. Find out more by visiting http://nashvillecowboychurch.com.
Hatch Show Print
If you have ever seen a poster featuring one of the biggest artists in the music industry, chances are it was printed at Hatch Show Print. This letterpress print shop has been around for over a decade and is one of the oldest in the United States. Over this time they have literally renewed, and redefined the art of print. If you want to see some of their work visit www.HatchShowPrint.com.
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