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January/February 2018

NASHVILLE AND MIDDLE TENNESSEE

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destination Bongo Java Café at The Johnny Cash Museum

Nashville’s renowned Johnny Cash Museum has only been opened less than two years but has expanded three times during that period. The latest expansion includes tripling the size of the museum store and adding a Bongo Java Café featuring Nashville’s finest coffee and coffee drinks as well as gourmet café fare. The original Bongo Java has the distinction of being Nashville’s oldest and most honored coffee house, having opened its first location in 1993. Bongo is known for it’s use of local ingredients and coffee beans are organic and fare trade. The café offers a delicious assortment of pastries and baked goods as well as sandwiches, salads and other items made fresh daily in the facility’s new kitchen. Signature items include Johnny Cash’s Iron Pot Chili made from a recipe created by The Man In Black himself. Other favorites include a Fried Bologna and Pimento Cheese sandwich and The Elvis, which features The King’s favorite peanut butter, honey, bananas and bacon served on honey wheat bread. With the current expansion, the museum has expanded its daily operating hours from 9:00AM to 7:00PM, seven days a week. The Bongo Java café opens daily at 9:00am. 4

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DONNY LEE

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et me tell you about a guy who plays country music at Honkytonk Central Mainstage 6 days a week in Music City, Nashville, Tennessee! Hailing from Ontario, raised by musician parents, Donny Lee started playing music professionally at 16 years of age touring North America opening up for major acts in the 90’s. After taking 20 years off of music trying various career paths, getting married and raising their 2 kids, he decided to follow his life long passion of playing music, this time with the best musicians and song writers in the world in Music City. It all started one Saturday afternoon at Tootsies Barbara Potter Photography World Famous Orchid Lounge, Donny was there Barbara Potter Photography auditioning for a singing spot on the TV show Nashville, when playing to them in their living rooms and that he seems to know a gentleman named John Taylor met Donny and said “Well you every person in the crowd. Playing songs from the great country got your guitar, get up and play us a song!” John happened to classics of Johnny Cash, Conway Twitty and Merle Haggard to be scouting new talent as well for Tootsie’s Open Mic Auditions. the more current songs of Jason Aldean and Dierks Bentley, he After singing a couple songs, he asked Donny ‘Well do you play has a song for everyone in the venue. Donny prides himself on music anywhere? If not, well, you do now!” Donny stayed and making sure everyone has a great time if they come to check played a full 8 hours of music that same day. He missed the TV out his show. Donny stays in touch with all his Facebook and show audition but has been playing 6 days a week since then, Instagram fans where you can find him @Donnyleemusic. You singing and entertaining thousands of people at Tootsies and can also see videos of him singing country songs of all your Honkytonk Central, 2 of THE busiest spots for live country favorite artists on Youtube. music in the world. He is truly Donny’s new release “Another Round of You” is now available on iTunes and all digital media. Be sure to stop in and living the dream doing what he loves in the city that made see Donny sing at Honkytonk Central Mainstage and Tootsie’s where he takes requests singing all your favorite country songs, country music famous ! traditional and current. Come on in, grab a stool, order your If you get the chance to favorite beverage and enjoy the show. Be sure to say hi to Donny see Donny Lee perform live, and tell him you heard about him in Getaway Magazine. He’d people often describe his love to meet you! shows as high energy and say they feel like he is January/February 2018

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events

Nashville Symphony................................................................................................ 44 January & February Events................................................................................ 66, 67 Ongoing Events................................................................................................. 68, 69

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Gerst Haus................................................................................................................. 2 Monell’s..................................................................................................................... 2 FGL House........................................................................................................ 12, 13 Sun Diner.......................................................................................................... 16, 17 Bavarian Bierhaus.............................................................................................. 30, 31 Nashville Nightlife................................................................................................... 35 Skull’s Rainbow Room.............................................................................................. 49 Luigi’s Pizza............................................................................................................. 50 Rodizio Grill............................................................................................................ 52 Jack’s BarBQue......................................................................................................... 53 Melting Pot.............................................................................................................. 53 John A’s Restaurant................................................................................................... 54 McNamara’s Irish Pub.............................................................................................. 54 Vittle’s...................................................................................................................... 55 Cherokee Steak House............................................................................................. 71

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Grand Ole Opry......................................................................................................... 3 Ryman Auditorium................................................................................................ 8, 9 FGL House (Florida Georgia Line....................................................................... 12, 13 CrazyTown........................................................................................................ 20, 21 Nudie’s Honky Tonk.......................................................................................... 22, 23 Tequila Cowboy................................................................................................. 24, 25 Nashville Nightlife................................................................................................... 35 Robert’s Western World............................................................................................ 36 Coyote Ugly............................................................................................................. 38 Big Bang.................................................................................................................. 39 Legends Corner....................................................................................................... 39 The Stage................................................................................................................. 41 Buffalo’s Nashville.................................................................................................... 72 12/7/17 9:43 AM


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The Hermitage............................................4 Goo Goo Shop..........................................18 Lane Motor Museum...................................4 Boot Barn.................................................19 Opry House Backstage Tours.....................11 Belle Meade Cigars....................................40 Patsy Cline Museum...........................14, 15 High Note Wine & Spirits.........................40 Smith Creek Distillery.........................26, 27 Where To Shop........................................ 60 Madame Tussauds...............................28, 29 Two Old Hippies.......................................61 Willie Nelson Museum..............................34 Relax Wraps..............................................69 legendary Skull’s Rainbow Room has been a Nashville landmark since 1948. Music Valley.............................................36 LebanonThe Premium Outlets........................70 Fontanel...................................................37 Manuel American Design..........................72 Located in Jensen’ its original location in historic Printers Alley, we offer amazing, top-rated cuisine, cocktails, jazz Music City Escape Room ..........................39 s Shoes...........................................72 and classicFrench’ burlesque StepBack back into time, bring your friends and enjoy an experience like no Belle Meade Plantation..............................48 s Shoesreviews & Boots.daily. .............. Cover Cheekwood............................................. 58 Reservations suggested. The Frist...................................................59 Wilson County...................................70, 71 Johnny Cash Museum.........................74, 75

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Downtown Antique Mall...........................56 Tennessee Antique Mall............................56 Eighth Avenue Antiques District................56 GasLamp Antique & Decorating...............56 Antique Mall.............................................57 Phoenix Flea Market.................................57 Howard Rawlings......................................57 Three French Hens...................................57

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Cruzzin’ Around.......................................33 Arde Motorcars...................................42, 43 Element Music Row..................................45 GrayLine Sightseeing Tours.................46, 47 Maps..................................................62, 63 MadDawgs Entertainment.........................68

FINE DINING | CRAFT COCKTAILS | LIVE MUSIC & BURLESQUE Of Nashville and Middle Tennessee

January/February 2018

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Owner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thomas G. Stamates Sales Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Patricia Terhorst Distribution Manager. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Allan Terhorst Graphic Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Harriet McDowall For Advertising call Tom Stamates at 615-293-1681 www.PlanMyGetaway.com Members of The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp., Greater Nashville Hospitality Association, Music City Concierge Association, Lebanon Wilson Chamber of Commerce, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce

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the “Soul of Nashville”

stablished in 1892 as the Union Gospel Tabernacle, Ryman Auditorium is a National Historic Landmark and must see for any Nashville visitor. Most famous as the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 — 1974, there is far more to the story of Music City’s most recognizable icon. Take a Self-Guided or Guided Backstage tour and discover what makes the Ryman, the “Soul of Nashville.” At the start of your tour, you will be immersed in the Ryman’s magical history during “Soul of Nashville,” a one-of-a-kind theater experience which puts the spotlight on more than a century of legendary performances and showcases a new collaboration with Darius Rucker, The Fisk Jubilee Singers, Sheryl Crow and Vince Gill. Five new exhibits are now open! “Workin’ on a Building,”“Showplace of the South,” Mother Church of Country Music,” ”Inspired: 125 Years of Performance,” and “Ryman Renaissance”. Peruse genuine artifacts and enjoy videos with hosts Emmylou Harris, Marty Stuart, Nicole Kidman, Ricky Skaggs, Robin Roberts and Trisha Yearwood as they take you through each chapter of the fascinating Ryman story. Explore its rich entertainment history and how the Ryman became known as the “Carnegie Hall of South” during the years when Caruso and Sousa performed, Theodore Roosevelt spoke, and Houdini escaped in the 5th Avenue vestibule timeline. Then, take your place center stage, grab a guitar and step up to the microphone while you have your photo taken on the legendary planks.

Visit the Ryman Gift Shop and take a piece of music history home with you! Find exclusive Ryman merchandise including tee-shirts, Hatch Show Prints, and novelty memorabilia along with specialty CDs and DVDs. Open daily from 9 am until 7 pm with extended hours during events.

Take a Guided Backstage Tour* through dressing rooms dedicated to the stars of the Ryman’s rich musical past including Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and Minnie Pearl, and stand in the wings where performers as varied as Elvis Presley, James Brown and Katharine Hepburn stood awaiting their time in the spotlights. Make a Record at the Ryman! Do you sing? Visit the Ryman’s recording studio and cut your own CD**! Choose from a selection of classic songs or bring an original composition of your own and let our sound engineer record your rendition right in the Ryman Auditorium. Your Ryman Records CD — labeled with your name and song — will make a great souvenir or special gift. The all new Cafe Lula features housemade entrees, sandwiches and salads using fresh, local ingredients. Happy Hour 3pm – 5pm daily features local brews, wine, cocktails and appetizers. Open for Tours Daily from 9 am – 4 pm, plus extended hours on select nights. Self-guided tour: adults $20.00, children 4-11 $15.  Backstage tour: adults $30.00, children 4-11 $25.00. 615-889-3060 ryman.com.  *Prices and availability subject to change without notice. **Recording does not include the price of a Ryman Tour, which must be purchased separately. January/February 2018

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FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE

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ulti-platinum superstars FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE are proud to announce the establishment of their first restaurant and entertainment destination, a four-story 22,000 square foot attraction in Nashville’s trendy SoBro district named FGL House after the famous duo. FGL House held its’ grand opening on Monday, June 5th just in time for the 2017 CMA Music Festival. FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE welcomed guests inside the hit making

duo’s anything-goes world, four levels of good times and vibey tunes that are designed to make each visitor a part of the FGL tribe. “What excites Tyler and I the most is always staying creative. We love seeing what fresh things we can come up with to take our music to a new level and turn our dreams into reality,” shared Brian Kelley, a member of FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE along with Tyler Hubbard. Tyler Hubbard adds, “We want FGL House to be just as welcoming, fun and entertaining for our guests as if they were coming out to one of our shows – nothing but good food, good drinks and good times!” Situated on 3rd Avenue South in the Country music mecca of downtown Nashville, the new venue features edgy live music every day – focusing specifically on today’s country trends. A world-class kitchen fuses unique Southern style cuisine with California flair, and

bars on each floor serve local craft beers and deliciously mixed cocktails – many featuring the red-hot duo’s own Old Camp Whiskey. FGL House boasts the largest “Cruise” rooftop bar Nashville has to offer, dedicated to an all-day and allnight party with stunning views of the Music City skyline. Meanwhile, visitors can step away from the hustle and bustle to relax in the classy “Little Red Corvette” basement-level lounge, complete with its own baby grand piano, cocktail menu inspired by ‘90s pop culture and specialty martinis. A massive, awe-inspiring video wall continuously showcases the hottest video content from Florida Georgia Line and other country stars – as well as your favorite sporting events – and the internationally renowned Dee Jay Silver spins custom country mixes during can’t miss Country Club Tuesdays. “It was a cool opportunity in our hometown here in Nashville that we love – a place we could call our own and gather with our friends, our family and our fans and create a cool environment where people can make great memories,” said Tyler. For more information on Florida Georgia Line and THE SMOOTH TOUR 2017, visit www.floridageorgialine.com and for info on FGL House visit www.FGLHouse.com.

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ake a walk through the historic, mythical and trailblazing career of Virginia Patterson Hensley, better known to the world as the iconic Patsy Cline. Nashville’s newest museum houses the largest collection of Patsy Cline artifacts in the world. Locked away for over 50 years, personal artifacts, letters, photographs, costumes, clothing, and household furnishings from her Nashville dream house help to pay homage to Cline’s storied personal and professional life. Patsy Cline was born Virginia Patterson Hensley of humble beginnings and began to experience a career that was about to launch her into superstardom until it was ended too early due to the tragic plane crash that took her life in 1963. Patsy landed her first recording contract with Four Star Records in 1955, but saw her biggest success when signing with Decca Records, which released her debut project in 1957. In her five and a half year charting career, she scored hits like Walkin’ After Midnight, I Fall to Pieces, Crazy, She’s Got You, Leavin’ On Your Mind, So Wrong and many others. Patsy Cline became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 1960 and broke many ceilings for women. She was the first female to receive headline billing over her male tour-mates and the first female to not only anchor a Las Vegas Casino, but also to perform at New York’s Carnegie Hall. Despite all these accomplishments and the amazing fact that she has impacted generations of fans more than

50 years after her passing, fans had previously never had a museum to visit to honor her legacy. The opening of the Patsy Cline Museum represents this opportunity for fans, in the very town whose sound she was so influential in creating. Another exciting first for fans is the opportunity to purchase licensed apparel and collectables; never before available. Guests will travel back to her humble beginnings in Winchester, VA and see family photos, possessions and even the very booth she waitressed as a teenager at Gaunt’s Drugstore. Never-before-seen costumes that exhibit her transition from western cowgirl to torch singing headliner will also be on display. Many of the costumes exhibited are creations designed and sewn by her mother, Hilda. Guests will have the unique opportunity to step inside Patsy’s famed Rec Room, where many famous entertainers dropped in to jam and party in the dream home Patsy purchased on Nella Drive in Goodlettsville, TN. The room contains original furnishings owned and used by Cline and her husband Charlie Dick. A vintage jukebox broadcasts her mega- hit “Crazy,” highlighting its distinction as the most programmed jukebox song of all time. A bio film documents Patsy’s career and is hosted by noted actress Beverly D’Angelo, who played the role of Patsy Cline in the 1980 film “Coal Miner’s Daughter.” D’Angelo was nominated for a Golden Globe award for her role in the film. Located at 119 Third Avenue South, the Patsy Cline Museum is located on the second level of the building which houses the world renowned Johnny Cash Museum. Guests are educated and entertained via cutting-edge audio and touch screen technology featuring Cline’s numerous audio and video performances. The museum is open daily from 9 AM – 7 PM CT. For more information, visit: www.facebook.com/Patsyclinemuseum and www.patsymuseum.com. January/February 2018

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NASHVILLE’S MUSIC THEMED 24 HOUR DINER

105 Third Avenue South

SERVING UP THE HITS 24 HOURS A DAY

CHICKEN N WAFFLES • DONUT BREAKFAST SANDWICH • GREATEST HITS BURGER MELT SHORT RIB HASH • LOVE ME TENDERS


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t’s no secret that many of the biggest stars in Nashville’s music history got their start at 706 Union Avenue in Memphis; the original address of Sun Records. Such legendary performers as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and even Conway Twitty passed through the historic studios of Sam Phillips throughout their careers. That legacy is celebrated at the Sun Diner located at 105 Third Ave. S in downtown Nashville. The diner serves as a tribute to the music that came from Phillips’ studio. “The musical histories of Nashville and Memphis are forever intertwined with each other, with so many artists beginning their career at Sun before taking their music to Nashville – and all over the world,” said Adam Hesler, President of TC Restaurant Group, the company which owns the establishment and hopes to continue the tribute to Sun Records in cities across the country. Continuing with the theme of making history, Sun Diner is Nashville’s first 24-hour restaurant to be located in the downtown area of Music City. “We are excited about being Nashville’s first 24-hour diner to open, especially right off of Broadway in the heart

of the Honky Tonk district,” says TC’s Hesler. “Because of the uniqueness of our always being open, we serve a wide variety of dishes – ranging from dinner to breakfast – for those going home after a night on Broadway, or for those about to start their day downtown.” The restaurant is a hot destination for tourists – and locals – who are looking for one last taste of southern hospitality during the early morning hours. The menu at the Sun Diner will most definitely take on a Memphis flavor with such listings as the “Love Me” Tenders – named after the classic Presley hit, as well as the “Cry, Cry, Cry” Hot Wings – with its name taken from the first major hit record from “The Man In Black.” Among the entrees include the “Million Dollar Quartet,” with its moniker taken from the iconic December 1956 session at the label with Presley, Lewis, Cash, and Carl Perkins. Consumers will get to pick their choice of four items among such delicious fare as Crispy Bacon, Sausage Patty, Chef Thomas’ Hash Browns, Cage-free organic eggs any style, Pancake, Waffle, and Granola Parfait. For more information about Sun Diner, log on to sundinernashville.com. January/February 2018

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destination

Goo Goo Cluster

JUST LIKE NASHVILLE.

ONE TASTE AND

YOU’RE HOOKED. Whether it’s our original clusters, premium Goo Goo’s, merchandise or the best desserts around, you’ll find every way under the sun to get your Goo Goo at the Goo Goo Shop.

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In 1912, in a copper kettle at the Standard Candy Company at Clark & First Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee, the first combination candy bar was invented. A roundish mound of luscious caramel, creamy marshmallow nougat and fresh roasted peanuts all covered in real milk chocolate, the Goo Goo Cluster has been delighting Nashvillians and visitors to Music City ever since. In the early days, Goo Goo Clusters were hand dipped and sold without wrappers under glass at drug store candy counters. With the dawn of hand wrapping, a team of ladies was responsible for swaddling the Goo Goo Clusters in tin foil before they were sold. Eventually, machinery was put in place to automate wrapping the candy. Today, the process is so streamlined that Standard Candy Company can produce 20,000 clusters in one hour! In addition to the Original Goo Goo Cluster, the product is also available in two other varieties: the Supreme, which replaces peanuts with pecans, and the Peanut Butter, a peanut butter center sprinkled with crunchy peanuts then covered in real milk chocolate. In recent years, the flagship Goo Goo Shop and Dessert Bar opened in the SoBro area of downtown Nashville. This retail store and cafe gives visitors the opportunity to walk through history as they peruse a 100+ year timeline complete with artifacts from the Goo Goo archives, feast their eyes upon Premium Goo Goos being made by hand in a glassed-encased confectionery kitchen, and satisfy their sweet tooth with delicious baked treats, gourmet confections, and ice cream. The most recent addition to the Goo Goo Shop is “Goo Goo U”, where visitors are able to get a sweet education while participating in hands-on experiences. Guests can choose from various class formats that include making their own Premium Goo Goo, learning secret recipes from the Goo Goo kitchen, or tasting their way through a chocolate and wine pairing. For more information on Goo Goo Cluster, the Goo Goo Shop and Dessert Bar, and their class offerings and experiences, visit www.googoo.com.


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308 Broadway

THE BEST FOOD ON BROADWAY AND THE CRAZIEST PARTY!

Three floors of live music • Rooftop Patio • Barber Shot Chair • Country Rock DJ after 10pm Hot Chicken • Gourmet Grilled Cheese Melts • Great Burgers • Fresh Salads • Beer Can Chicken


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razy Town is Nashville’s newest Restaurant/Live Music Venue and features 6 Bars, 3 stages, 2 outdoor patios and a panoramic view of Historic Broadway. The interior of the bar is eclectic, fun & funky! It contains walls of 5 reclaimed barns, antique signs, enormous hanging guitars, handmade chandeliers and even a Barber’s Chair used to take shots & pictures! Crazy Town is the best place in Nashville to watch your favorite band. Each level contains a different theme with great live music all day long. Want to relax? Spend the day on their amazing rooftop patio overlooking Broadway. Crazy Town is a great place to grab a bite to eat, watch your favorite band, and relax with one of our handcrafted cocktails or an ice cold beer. Crazy Town has a variety of delectable entrees including Nashville Hot Chicken, Gourmet Melts and the “Crazy Town Burger” – a burger that is like no other. Certified Angus Beef grilled to perfection and topped with Hot Chicken, Crazy Town Sauce, Cheddar Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion & Pickle. Delish! Each bar offers specialty handcrafted cocktails to quench your thirst! The Nashville Mule, Blood Orange Bourbon Sour & Whiskey Smash are a few of the twisted cocktails featured. Come check out what everyone is talking about. Crazy Town is the most fun around!

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EMBELLISHES BROADWAY WITH COSTUMES, ARTIFACTS, FOOD & MUSIC

he world-famous Nudie’s Honky Tonk is now open on Broadway in Nashville featuring a three-story entertainment complex housing memorabilia, costumes, multiple bars, stages, and Southern style comfort food for patrons. This must-see attraction celebrates the life of Nudie Cohn and the unforgettable mark he made sewing together Hollywood glamour and country culture. “The rhinestone cowboy couture was founded in the hands of Nudie Cohn,” says owner Bill Miller, who also founded Music City’s award-winning Johnny Cash Museum, and is prepping the opening of the Patsy Cline Museum. “This attraction serves not only as a historical record of the epicenter where fashion perfectly fused country and Hollywood cultures, but also provides a museumlike environment for patrons to enjoy great food, drinks and live music.” Ukrainian-born Nuta “Nudie” Kotlyarenko and his wife, Bobbie, started their world-renowned fashion brand from their garage in the 1940’s. Nudie’s Rodeo Tailor fashions were donned by the hottest in film and music including Gene Autry, Johnny Cash, John Lennon, Elvis Presley, Robert Redford, Porter Wagner and John Wayne, and more. One of Nudie’s most recognized, ostentatious contributions on display is Elvis Presley’s $10,000 gold lame’ suit that he wore on the cover of the “50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can’t Be Wrong” album. Nudie didn’t stop at clothing. He also customized automobiles, installing silver-dollar dashboards, pistol

door handles and gear shifts, extending rear bumpers and trimming vehicles with longhorn steer horns as hood ornaments. Nine “Nudie Mobiles” survive today, with his $400,000 1975 Cadillac El Dorado finding a permanent home on the wall at Nudie’s Honky Tonk. In addition to Nudie’s iconic vintage suits and country music artifacts, Broadway’s newest offering houses three live performance spaces and Nashville’s longest bar at more than 100 feet. This remarkable destination, located at 409 Broadway, is open Monday-Thursday from 11AM to 3AM, and Friday-Sunday from 10AM to 3AM. For more information, visit www.nudieshonkytonk. com, and follow on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ NudiesHonkyTonk/, or Twitter @NudiesHonkyTonk.

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TEQUILA COWBOY

equila Cowboy is the premier party spot in Nashville, Tennessee. Located on world-famous Broadway, you might recognize Tequila Cowboy from our feature on the hit ABC show “Nashville.” Tequila Cowboy offers an exciting experience with dining and a revved-up nightlife. It’s your one stop party place with five venues under one rock’n rooftop. Our 25,000 square foot facility includes Rock Bar, which features a live stage that is accompanied by a full band nightly. Karma Lounge hosts a top 40 dance club that has a state of the art sound system and light show. Tequila Cowboy’s game room is the perfect spot to shoot pool and watch the big game. Our VIP room is the party headquarters and exclusive venue for your private events. AND we have the only mechanical bull on Broadway. Come test your strength and ride like the pro’s do. If you want to be a star in Nashville, make sure to go to Wanna B’s Karaoke Bar and pick from our 250,000-song catalog and get recognized. Tequila Cowboy and Wanna B’s Karaoke Bar are the only places that offer multiple experiences in downtown Music City. Tequila Cowboy is located at 305 Broadway in downtown Nashville. Be sure to reach out to us through our contact page on www.tequilacowboy.com or call us at 615-742-9078 to book your next event or vacation. January/February 2018

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moonshine attractions

Come Taste Grandpa Smith’s Flavored Moonshine

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mith Creek Distillery is an authentic moonshine tasting attraction located in Nashville, Tennessee at Opry Mills. Tourists from multiple states travel to experience our down-home party in a jar. Smith Creek’s flavored moonshine still has the old-fashioned taste that mountain folk once enjoyed, sitting on their front porches, strumming a banjo or playing the guitar, while singing with joy and swigging from a jug in between songs. Just like Grandpa’s front porch, our distilleries are family friendly!

bartenders enthusiastically explain the history behind each flavor. And there are plenty from which to choose. Flavors like Straight White Lightnin’, Apple Pie, Salted Caramel, Coffee, Cinnamon, Peach, and Sweet Tea are a few flavors on the free-tasting menu. The wide variety gives our guests a complete moonshine-tasting experience, unlike any other, which offers them an opportunity to discover their favorite flavor before heading home with a few jars. In addition to the free tasting bar, Smith Creek Distillery also features a large retail store where guests can purchase bottled moonshines, apparel, jams, sauces, dry rubs, scented candles and more. So come on down and visit Smith Creek Distillery. Stroll through the covered bridge. Hear the crickets chirping next to the ole mill. See Grandpa’s truck run amuck in Smith Creek. Don’t miss the opportunity to sample some shine and enjoy a great time at Smith Creek Distillery in Opry Mills!

The recipe for moonshine is simply made from a base of corn, sugar, yeast and water. However, we took this legendary recipe to a whole new level by adding the special twist of different flavors, sometimes smooth, sometimes bold, but flavors that are always distinct. The term moonshine comes from the fact that the mountain folk did their distilling in the darkness, with the moon as their only source of light. Because of their late night activities, the term moonshine became associated solely with the spirits these moonshiners made. Our first of three locations was launched in Branson, Missouri in 2015 quickly followed in 2016 by our Pigeon Forge, TN store situated in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. Our third store is now open for business in the Opry Mills Mall, neighbor to Nashville’s historic Grand Ole Opry. At the heart of the Smith Creek Distillery experience is the opportunity to sample multiple flavors of moonshine at our free sample tasting bar. Eager to answer all questions, our

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adame Tussauds, the world-renowned wax attraction, in now opened in Nashville. With a completely different concept, the Nashville location is the beloved brand’s only location that focuses solely on the superstars that have shaped America’s musical landscape. The immersive experience makes you, the guest, the star of the show as you take a journey through different genres and eras in America’s musical history alongside a dynamic cast of your favorite icons. Accompanied by vivid and authentic scenery, Madame Tussauds Nashville will transport you to a mid-century recording studio, the original Grand Ole Opry stage in the 1970’s, a rock-themed dive bar, the famous Bluebird Café and backstage at a concert. The multi-sensory experience will be filled with many interactive components that allow you to step into the music, including the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to feel the rush as you perform onstage in front of a crowd with some of today’s biggest country icons backing you up. Your performance will determine whether they leave with thousands of new admiring fans or by being booed off the stage! Visitors from across the globe have the chance to shake it up with Elvis, play the piano with Stevie Wonder, take a selfie with Katy Perry or dance with Justin Timberlake, and are encouraged to take pictures, touch and have fun with the figures. Madame Tussauds is an ideal group experience and captures the essence of “Music City” by taking you on a musical journey from the 50s to today. Opry Mills offers free parking to motor coaches and the attraction is located directly across the from the Grand Ole Opry Plaza. Group and tour operator rates are available as well as educational workshops for school groups. Many of the 48+ musical heavy-hitters coming to this starstudded attraction were announced as permanent residents of the brand’s newest locale in fun and exciting locations across the US. Some of the music royalty hitting the stage

at Madame Tussauds Nashville will include Beyoncé, Carrie Underwood, Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Johnny Cash and Bruce Springsteen. Several celebrities have joined forces with Madame Tussauds Nashville to have a little fun and debut their figures-multi-talented entertainer, Reba McEntire, had her figure stand in for her during a sound check at her Vegas show at Caesar’s Palace. Luke Bryan had his figure on stage at the 2017 ACM Awards and pulled a little trick on co-host, Dirks Bentley. Trisha Yearwood served as our host for Grand Opening and revealed her gorgeous wax look-a-like here in the attraction with hundreds of fans and media present. And most recently, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill met their wax twins backstage when they brought their 2017 Soul2Soul tour home to Nashville on August 5th, 2017. The unrivaled craftsmanship of each figure is truly an experience not to be missed. Each Madame Tussauds figure is a work of art, involving teams of professional artists and sculptors who spend months of extensive research and take more than 300 measurements to recreate world-famous icons to achieve the kind of astonishing realism that has been at the heart of the 250-year Madame Tussauds’ legacy. To stay apprised of all Madame Tussauds Nashville happenings, connect with the attraction on social media and on their website: www.madametussauds.com/nashville.

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here is certainly no shortage of places to grab a beer in Nashville, a city where honky-tonks and craft beer taverns abound. But when it comes to getting an authentic German bier in a warm, friendly, Oktoberfest atmosphere, there is only one place to go – Bavarian Bierhaus! Bavarian Bierhaus opened in April 2017 at Opry Mills, Middle Tennessee’s largest destination shopping center, and is directly across the street from the famous Grand Ole Opry and the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center. Only 10 miles from downtown Nashville, the 15,000-square-foot massive bierhall offers the fun, excitement and culture of Bavaria right here in Music City. The bierhall has 500 seats inside and 120 more seats in the biergarten outside, as well as a large private dining room that can hold up to 100 guests. There are 12 large TVs scattered throughout the restaurant and bar area, so guests can cheer on their favorite sports teams. Not only is Bavarian Bierhaus a great place to catch a game, it’s also a live music venue featuring authentic German bands from right here in Nashville and across the country. Patrons are encouraged to get up and dance on the benches and swing their steins back and forth as in a true Munich bierhall. There is nothing like this experience elsewhere in Nashville! Guests come to the Bavarian Bierhaus for more than just the entertainment – they come for the bier and the authentic Bavarian cuisine. Patrons can enjoy 12 biers on tap imported from Bavaria and various German-brewed bottles. Biers can be enjoyed as a flight or a stein along with delicious authentic cuisine. Menu items include a range of items, from appetizers to soups and salads, to a variety of sausages from Milwaukee’s Usinger Sausage company, to schnitzels. The family-friendly restaurant also offers a children’s menu. Now, Nashville locals and guests are treated to Bavarian delicacies that are hard to come by in this region. Menu sampling: • Giant Imported Pretzels With Sweet Mustard (or try the bier cheese spread!) • Kartoffelpuffer (potato pancakes) • Hot Bacon Spinach Salat • Bavarian Onion Soup • Chicken Schnitzel Sandwich • Reuben • Currywurst • Schnitzel (pork or chicken)

• Oktoberfest Chicken • Schweinshaxe (roasted crisp pork shank) • Pretzel Pudding • Apfelstrudel (apple strudel) • Black Forest Cake This October, visit Bavarian Bierhaus for an authentic Bavarian Oktoberfest! The festivities will kick off Sept. 29–Oct. 1 with a German Car Show and Brunch, live music from German bands, and a Biergarten, provided by Paulaner. The celebration will continue all month long with special events, food and bier specials, live music, and more through Oct. 29. Stay up-to-date on the latest event details by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and visiting www.bierhausnashville.com.

Don’t miss the opportunity to try this new destination for fun for the whole family in Music City. Find the Bavarian Bierhaus at 121 Opry Mills Drive, Nashville, Tenn. For more information and the full menu, visit www.bierhausnashville.com. Restaurant Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11 a.m.–midnight

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he cooler weather offers an exceptional experience at Nashville Zoo. This is the Zoo’s least busy time of the year offering opportunities for quiet walks along pathways and special glimpses at animals that may be more active in the cooler environment. Many of the Zoo’s animals are very comfortable in our Middle Tennessee environment and can be seen throughout our hours of 9 a.m. – 4 Photograhy by Aimee Stubbs p.m. Additionally, the Unseen New World offers indoor viewing of a wide array of reptiles, amphibians, fish and insects. Please note the Zoo’s temperature guidelines below. If you’re hoping to see a particular animal during your visit, we recommend contacting the Zoo in advance to see if it will be available for viewing. Zoo Temperature Guidelines BELOW 55°F – When conditions are in this temperature range, animal keepers will look at other conditions. Is it sunny? Is there a cold or warm wind? How old is the animal? These conditions will determine if and how long primates, giraffes, ring-tailed lemurs and tropical birds (including lorikeets) will be outside. BELOW 40°F – Kangaroos, rhinos and most primates will not be on exhibit if it is 40°F or below. Other conditions, such as wind and precipitation, may cause our keepers to bring the kangaroos inside before the temperature drops to 40°F. BELOW 30°F – In addition to the animals listed above, red river hogs, clouded leopards and other birds may be inside or have access to their inside areas during the day. It is also important to note that on days of extreme cold, even Photograhy by Aimee Stubbs the most cold-tolerant species will have access to their heated indoor holdings and may not be seen. The Zoo’s alligator exhibit, The Shell Station (tortoise exhibit) and Historic Home tours will be closed during the winter 32 getaway nashville and middle tennessee

season. Animal shows are also suspended until spring. Concessions and Rides The Zoo’s indoor restaurant, Zoofari Café is open year-round. All other concession and snack stands are opened based on weather conditions and attendance. The Zoo will make daily decisions about operating the Wild Animal Carousel, Soaring Eagle zip line and Wilderness Express train. Weather permitting, all rides will open at 10am. Please ask a guest services employee about ride availability. The Zoo is Growing! We are busy expanding our parking lot and creating two exhibits at Nashville Zoo. Both exhibits Photograhy by Quentin Thompson are currently planned to open in the spring. Please pardon our mess and understand that some trails may be closed during this process. EXPEDITION PERU: TREK OF THE ANDEAN BEAR Once complete, “Expedition Peru: Trek of the Andean Bear” will feature multiple species, ensuring this as one of the most popular destinations within the park. In addition to Andean bears, guests will also be able to see fresh water stingrays, pudu, and guinea pigs. TIGER EXHIBIT This renovation marks major improvements to the existing exhibit including an enlarged habitat for three Sumatran tigers, and a new indoor viewing area for guests. In addition, the outdoor bridge viewing area will be renovated to visually mirror Sumatran architecture.


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The Willie Nelson & Friends Museum and General Store

A family owned Nashville Tradition for over 35 Years!

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ountry music fans from around the world visit year after year to experience the unique country music history that comes alive as you journey through the Willie Nelson and Friends Museum. This is a very personal museum that evolved over the years from friendships established by museum founders, Frank and Jeanie Oakley. The Oakley’s were longtime friends with not only Willie Nelson but many of his legendary country music friends as well. There are lots of personal items to see donated by legends like Webb Pierce and Faron Young who were regulars at the museum prior to their passing. The museum has always been known as a great hangout for many of the stars you’ll see represented in the many exhibits. The museum is true country music history and showcases an “All Star” line-up of some of traditional country music’s greatest stars! Among the many highlights on display include the Martin guitar and paystub from Willie

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Nelson’s Grand Ole Opry debut in 1963. You’ll also see many personal items of the great Cline. Also featured are several “Nudie of Hollywood” suits worn by the legends Lefty Frizzell, George Jones, Webb Pierce and Porter Wagoner. The Willie Nelson and Friends Museum is undeniably one of the best values in Nashville. It’s a family operated and family friendly attraction with plenty of free parking. You are also welcome to take photographs during your journey so don’t forget your camera!


Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater “A Must See in Nashville”

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re you looking for some good ole’ home cooking, exceptional Southern Hospitality and live entertainment that will have you singing along and tapping your feet? Then Nashville Nightlife is definitely the place to go! We recently had the pleasure of a night out at the theater. We were warmly greeted at the door and given our tickets. We browsed the lobby area where we found unique, one-of-a-kind souvenirs and gifts. Before long, the hostess called our name and personally seated our party in the dinner theater. A smiling, friendly waitress took our beverage order and directed us to the buffet table. There we found a lovely salad bar and a first-class buffet with country fried chicken and ribs as their entrees that night, complete with all the fixins’. Everything was homemade right down to the peach cobbler for dessert. I had the warm feeling of being in my grandma’s kitchen. Once the entertainment starts, I guarantee you will be dancing in your seat. We were treated to such a wide variety of music from Hank Williams Sr., Patsy Cline, and Conway Twitty to Sara Evans and Toby Keith. There is

I would highly recommend that visitors to Nashville experience Nashville Nightlife

entertainment for the entire family. The “Best of Country” Dinner and Show, throughout their season, includes guest stars such as “Opry Star” Jeannie Seely, “Hee Haw’s Shotgun Red, “Rising Star” Zach Janson, Diana Murrell, Paula Poe (from the Tammy Wynette Show) and many others. This is a fantastic show you won’t want to miss! The standing ovation at the end of the show is an indication of the great time the audience had. Following the show there is a meet and greet with the performers. I would highly recommend that visitors to Nashville experience Nashville Nightlife where you will see the best of country from old to new. Come see why the Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater presents a Dinner and Country Music Show voted the best combination in Nashville. Don’t miss this Nashville tradition. Located at 2416 Music Valley Drive in Music Valley Village across the street from the Gaylord Opryland Resort and the Grand Ole Opry. Call 615-885-4747 or 1-800-573-7973 for information and reservations or go to www.nashvillenightlife.com. Tour groups are welcome.

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attractions BELLE MEADE PLANTATION Belle Meade Plantation is a 30 acre historic site 6 miles west of Nashville. The centerpiece of the property is the Belle Meade mansion built in 1853. This Greek revival house was home to five generations of the HardingJackson family, original owners of the Bell Meade Farm. In the late 19th century, the farm encompassed 5,400 acres and was one of the largest private estates in Nashville and was a thoroughbred nursery famous for breeding and training championship race horses. Located at 5025 Harding Rd, Nashville. Call 615-3560501 or visit www.bellemeadeplantation.com. THE BIG BANG DUELING PIANO BAR Sing Along. Laugh along. Drink Along. Every night the show comes to life at The Big Bang

where our entertainers take a seat on stage behind two grand pianos and combine music, comedy and audience participation to create a fast-paced, high-energy show that’s unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Open Tuesday-Saturday at 411 Broadway, upstairs. 615-747-5851, visit thebigbangbar.com. Like us on facebook @ Big Bang Dueling Pianos Nashville. COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME® AND MUSEUM The home of America’s music since 1967, the Museum presents the crown jewels of its vast collection to illustrate country music’s story as told through the turn of two centuries. A treasure trove of historic country video clips and world class galleries. A definite must-see while in Nashville. Located

at 222 Fifth Ave. South, downtown Nashville. Call 615-416-2001 or visit www countrymusichalloffame.org. COYOTE UGLY SALOON Visit the most famous bar in the United States right here in Nashville, where the beautiful bartenders dance on the bar, and they don’t serve water! Guaranteed to be a wild time for everyone. Open seven days a week from 11 a.m. til 3 a.m. Happy Hour Mon. thru Fri. 11 a.m. til 7 p.m. Located in The District at 154 Second Ave. North, below Buffalo Billiards. Call 615-254-UGLY (8459) or visit www.coyoteuglysaloon.com. CHEEKWOOD Cheekwood is a 55-acre botanical garden and art museum located on the historic Cheek estate. Originally built as the home of Leslie and Mabel Cheek in 1929, Cheekwood is one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era estate. Since being converted into a museum of art and botanical garden in 1960, Cheekwood has presented world-class art exhibitions, spectacular gardens and an historic estate unlike anything else. To learn more about Cheekwood and its year-round festivals and programs, please visit www.Cheekwood.org. ESCAPE GAME NASHVILLE The Escape Game is a fun new entertainment concept in Nashville. It is a real life adventure game designed for small groups of 2-8 people. Your goal is simple: work together as a team, testing your wits and skills, to escape from a locked room.  While the goal is simple, the game is challenging.  Getting through the locked door will require finding clues, solving puzzles, and working together as a team or else you may never escape.  Book today and see if you can keep cool under pressure and escape from the locked room in under 60 minutes. The Escape Game is the first of its kind in the South. 510 East Iris Dr, Unit D, 615-878-3135, nashvilleescapegame.com JOHNNY CASH MUSEUM The Johnny Cash Museum features the largest collection of Johnny Cash memorabilia in the world. Exhibits chronicle Johnny’s life and provide a very personal and unique glimpse into his world. Our exhibits include Johnny’s stage costumes, instruments, personal letters, artwork and handwritten songs as well as artifacts from family members and notable friends. Our Museum Store features the largest selection of Cash souvenirs, apparel and rare collectibles available anywhere in the world. Enjoy coffee, coffee drinks, and gourmet café foods in their new Bongo Java Café. Museum and Store hours are 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM seven days a week. For more information call 615-256-1777. LANE MOTOR MUSEUM Visit one of the few museums in America to specialize in European cars. Approximately 150 cars and motorcycles typically not seen in the U.S. Microcars, Amphibious vehicles, Competition cars, Alternative fuel vehicles, Military vehicles, Motorcycles and One-of-a-kind vehicles. Open Thus. - Mon. 10a.m.-5p.m. Admission is $12 for adults, $8 for seniors (age 65+), $3 for youth (ages 6-17 and free for kids ages 5 and under. Inquire for group rates. Lane Motor Museum is located at 702 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville. For more information call 615-742-7445 or visit online at www.lanemotormuseum.org. NASHVILLE GHOST TOURS Nashville’s original haunted walking tour. Explore the shadow-filled streets of downtown Nashville and learn about the historical, haunted heritage of Music City from professional storytellers and tour guides. Begins at 8pm Wed thru Mon at The Hermitage Hotel and ends at the Ryman Auditorium

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enjoy a wine tasting at Belle Meade Plantation and tour The Hermitage, Home of Andrew Jackson, the 7th president of the United States. Step back in time and learn about Tennessee’s rich civil war history on our Civil War Tour and travel to Franklin to visit the site of one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War, the Battle of Franklin. Or if you have a day to travel, take a road trip with us to Memphis and enjoy a VIP experience of Elvis’ Graceland, Sun Records and see the Peabody Ducks and their daily famous march to the fountain in the lobby of the Peabody Hotel. Our unique Music City Hop offers various ways to explore Nashville. Our Hop On/Hop Off Trolley and open-air Double Decker ride features a one and a half-hour narrated tour of the city with 15 stops at Nashville attractions and locales where you can explore on your own and at your own pace. Gray Line of Tennessee also offers a fabulous evening open-air Double Decker tour that encompasses the beautiful Nashville skyline and city lights with plenty of breathtaking photo opportunities. If food is your thing, take a stroll with us on our Taste of Nashville Food Tour featuring the most iconic downtown Nashville eateries and sweeteries. Gray Line’s wide variety of sightseeing tours has something for everyone! At Gray Line of Tennessee, we strive to provide a safe, hard-working, friendly, family-oriented environment, with a focus on giving our customers and our community a high quality experience every time they board one of Gray Line’s coaches, trolleys and Double Deckers. Experience Nashville with local experts and see why we are Music City! January/February 2018

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dining BAVARIAN BIERHAUS Enjoy a true Bavarian experience! At Bavarian Bierhaus our Authentic Menu offers popular and unique dishes from the Bavarian reign. There’s nothing like it in Nashville. Our Crafted Beers include 14 taps and an army of bottles; we have a wide selection of brews you won’t find anywhere else. From the Biergarten to Oktoberfest, we have year-round entertainment and events for you to enjoy. We are located at Opry Mills near the theatre; we are easy to get to and have plenty of free parking. Open Sun thru Thursday 11am-10pm; Friday & Saturday 11am-12am. Visit www.bierhausnashville.com. CAFÉ LULA at the RYMAN Café Lula is named in honor of Lula C. Naff, longtime manager of the Ryman. Café Lula is a casual chef-driven Nashville eatery and bar. Serving fresh and flavorful foods featuring chicken, turkey, pork and ribeye from the rotisserie and carved for a sandwich or served as an entrée. The chef’s rotisserie interpretation of Nashville Hot Chicken is a menu standout and Chipotle Seared Salmon is another favorite. Also serving flavorful side dishes and desserts baked fresh daily. Open from 9am to 8pm daily with a Happy Hour from 3-5pm featuring drink and appetizer specials. Café Lula is located outside the front doors of Ryman Auditorium at 116 5th Ave North in downtown Nashville. CHEROKEE STEAK HOUSE Join us for a special dinner tonight at The Cherokee Steak House where we serve the world’s finest beef and our motto is: “You can whip our cream, but you can’t beat our meat!” Our only

objective is to provide you with the finest beef possible. Our extensive menu also includes seafood, chops, ribs, salads, and more! Located just 30 minutes from the Nashville Airport. Take I-40 East, Exit 232B and go north for 10.5 miles. Turn right at the sign. We are right next door to Reba McEntire’s house! 450 Cherokee Dock Rd, Lebanon. Call (615) 444-2783 or visit www. cherokeesteakhouseandmarina.com. FGL HOUSE Enjoy a world-class kitchen fusing unique Southern style cuisine with California flair. Bars on each floor serve local craft beers and deliciously mixed cocktails – many featuring BK and Tyler’s own Old Camp Whiskey. FGL House boasts the largest “Cruise” rooftop Nashville has to offer, dedicated to an all-day and all-night party with stunning views of the Music City Skyline. You can’t miss Country Club Tuesdays or relaxing in our classy basement-level lounge that includes a grand piano and a cocktail menu inspired by ‘90s pop culture and specialty martinis. 120 3rd Ave South. To view our menu, visit www.FGLHOUSE.com/food. GERST HAUS Since 1955, the Gerst Haus has been a Nashville favorite. We provide the best in German food in an authentic beer hall atmosphere. Our menu includes a variety of German and American food. Our signature dishes include our fresh wiener schnitzel, bratwurst, and corned beef and cabbage. Also offering our own gerst Amber beer, as well as 26 drafts and 60 imported beers. Our goal is to provide good food, good drink, and good service. Open 7 days from 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.

301 Woodland St, Exit 48 off of I24. Call 615-2448886. www.gersthaus.com. JACK’S BAR-B-QUE Proudly serving barbeque from “Pit to Plate”. Offering Tennessee pork shoulder, Texas beef brisket, smoked turkey, Texas sausage, St. Louis style ribs, smoked chicken and other Southern cuisine served with our award-winning sauces. Two locations to serve you at 416 Broadway, Nashville, call 615-254-5715 and at 334 West Trinity Lane, Nashville, call 615-228-9888 or visit www.jacksbarbque.com. JOHN A’S RESTAURANT Come see where the stars come out at night to enjoy good food and great entertainment! Here you will find a laid back atmosphere that resonates with the “Nashville Sound” and serving the “Best Catfish in Nashville”. The menu also includes our unique Club Sandwich, Homemade Lasagna, and Fried Chicken Livers. Beef selections include Prime Rib, Hand-cut Ribeye, New York Strip and Filet Mignon. You’ll not be disappointed when you visit John A’s for great food and great entertainment! 2421 Music Valley Drive. Open 11am Daily. Call 615-885-1540 or visit www.johnasrestaurant.com. LUIGI’S CITY PIZZA Luigi’s City Pizza is Authentic Italian Cuisine and has the Best Pizza this side of Italy. Our menu is made fresh every day and offers appetizers, fresh salads, hot and cold heros, authentic Italian entrees, gourmet pizza, calzone and Stromboli. Experience our lunch buffet from 11am to 2pm daily. And Yes! We deliver. Call 615-742-9099 to place your order. We are located right next to the Johnny Cash Museum at 105 Third Avenue South in downtown Nashville. 615-742-9099. MCNAMARA’S IRISH PUB & RESTAURANT At McNamara’s they are dedicated to providing their patrons with the hospitality, service, and family-friendly ambience found in small local pubs all over Ireland. Wonderful traditional Irish fare includes fish & chips, corn beef & cabbage, fresh soups & salads, and also offering steaks, seafood, and more. Live Irish music Wednesday thru Sunday evenings. Located 5 minutes from the Nashville Airport at 2740 Old Lebanon Rd, Nashville. Call 615-885-7262 or visit www.mcnamarasirishpub.com. January/February 2018

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or “The Best Bar-B-Que in Nashville, Tennessee”, you’ve got to visit Jack’s Bar-B-Que where they proudly serve barbeque from “Pit to Plate”. Offering Tennessee pork shoulder, Texas beef brisket, smoked turkey, Texas sausage, St. Louis style ribs, smoked chicken, and other Southern cuisine with their awardwinning sauces, there is something to please every palate. Their cooking method and awardwinning sauces make Jack’s the best. After applying their dry rub (spices and herbs) meat is smoked for 18 hours at 250 degrees. From “Pit to Plate”, it is sliced and chopped before serving and you will notice a pink smoke ring. That’s the real signature of hickory smoked barbeque. Jack recommends pouring sauces right before eating. Award-winning sauces include Kansas City Style (mild, sweet and smoky), Tennessee Original (tangy vinegar base), Texas Sweet Hot (tomato base), XXX-911 (cross between TN & TX with a kick), Carolina Style (mustard base), and Music City White Sauce (mayo, horseradish base). Purchase any four of Jack’s Bar-B-Que Famous Sauces and get a FREE Hand Rub! When you dine at Jack’s, you will see for yourself why Jack’s Bar-B-Que has been named “The Best Bar-B-Que in Nashville, Tennessee” by the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Southern Living, and USA Today. 3 Locations to serve you (T.C.B) Trinity, Charlotte and Broadway. All 3 historic locations, 334 West Trinity Lane at Historic Talbot Corner, 1601 Charlotte Avenue on the Historic Prison Grounds at the foot of Capital Hill and 416 Broadway at the heart of the Honky Tonks on Lower Broadway. “Taking Care of Business since 1976”. For more information including hours and complete menu, visit www.jacksbarbque.com.

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dining MELTING POT Dip into something different at this fondue restaurant offering fine aged cheeses, award winning wines, steaks and seafood, and chocolate fondue. Located in downtown Nashville on Historic Second Avenue. Reservations are recommended by calling 615-742-4970. Visit our website www.meltingpot.com. MONELL’S When in Nashville, do as the locals do – “pass the peas, please!” for a true southern experience. Food is served at communal tables as all items are passed around the table while staff at Monell’s soon replenishes an empty bowl. Each day’s menu includes 2-3 meats, 3-4 salads, 4-5 hot vegetables, drink and dessert. Open for lunch Mon-Fri 10:30am-2pm, dinner Tues-Sat 5pm-8:30pm. Located in historic Germantown at 1235 N Sixth Ave (between Monroe and Madison Streets), Nashville. 615-248-4747.

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NANA’S DINER MEAT & THREE Nolensville’s place for good southern homestyle cooking! Stop in at this locally-owned, familyfriendly diner offering great food and friendly service. Everything here is homemade and features local produce and ingredients. Nana’s is known for dishes such as catfish, homemade pies, salmon patties, chicken livers, country fried steak and chicken, broccoli salad, and a seasonal favorite of watermelon and cucumber salad. Daily specials are posted on Facebook and a full menu of delicious items is served every day. Kids’ night is Tuesday night where every child accompanied by an adult receives their meal free. Open Tues-Sat 10:30am-8pm. Closed Sunday and Monday. 7301 Nolensville Rd, 615-776-1795. Like us on Facebook @ Nana’s Diner Meat and Three. RODIZIO GRILL Rodizio Grill is an authentic Brazilian Steakhouse offering over a dozen rotisserie grilled meats, perfectly seasoned and carved tableside by Brazilian Gauchos. Authentic Brazilian appetizers, salads, delectable homemade desserts, Brazilian cocktails and fresh juice specialties. At Rodizio Grill you will have an unforgettable dining experience! Located on historic Second Avenue North in downtown Nashville (next to The Melting Pot). 615-730-8358 or visit rodiziogrill. com. Like us on facebook @ Rodizio Grill Nashville.


dining SKULL’S RAINBOW ROOM Fine Dining, Craft Cocktails, Live Music & Burlesque - Named in the Top 5 Rated Nashville Restaurants on TripAdvisor – The legendary Skull’s Rainbow Room has been a Nashville landmark since 1948. Located in its original location in historic Printers Alley, Skull’s offers amazing, top-rated cuisine, cocktails, jazz music and classic burlesque reviews daily. Step back into time, bring your friends and enjoy an experience like no other. Reservations suggested. 222 Printers Alley, Nashville. www.SkullsRainbowRoom.com. SUN DINER Nashville’e Music-Themed 24-hour Diner serving up the hits in the heart of Music City! Celebrate the legacy of Sun Records where legendary performers as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Conway Twitty got their start and passed thru the historic studios of Sam Phillips Sun Records in Memphis. Our scrumptious menu includes Chicken N Waffles, Donut Breakfast Sandwich, Greatest Hits Burger Melt, Short Rib Hash, Love Me Tenders and more! This awesome diner is located at 105 3rd Ave South. Visit www. sundinernashville.com. VITTLE’S RESTAURANT Come and see where the “locals & stars” go for great food at a great price! Down-home cookin’ with fast and friendly service. Offering great family favorites including beef pot roast, southern-style catfish, grilled or fried pork chops,country-fried steak and much more. Serving lunch and dinner 7 days a week, breakfast Monday-Sunday. 4936 Thoroughbred Lane, Brentwood, 615-371-2525 and 2278 Lebanon Pike, Donelson, 871-0011. Visit www.vittlesrestaurant.com.

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Antiques Eighth Avenue Antique District DOWNTOWN ANTIQUE MALL One of Nashville’s oldest destinations for antique and collectible shopping is found in this 13,000 square foot historic warehouse. It is filled to the brim with merchandise that would surprise and delight anyone. As well as having the largest variety of antique and vintage furniture, we’re famous for the best deals in town. Don’t miss the opportunity to stop by for a visit, sit on our loading dock and see the trains go by, or enjoy the spectacular view of the Nashville skyline. Open daily from 10-6, Sun 1-6. 612 8th Avenue South, Nashville. Call 615-256-6616.

GASLAMP ANTIQUES/GASLAMP TOO With nearly an acre of climate-controlled shopping, GasLamp Antiques and GasLamp Too is Tennessee’s largest, and Nashville’s Best Antique Mall. Visit and you’ll discover more than 300 dealers offering a variety of antiques, mid-century modern, vintage and industrial furniture, artwork, garden & architectural pieces, vintage jewelry, clothing and much, much more! Both locations are open daily—Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 12-6 @ 100 Powell Place and 128 Powell Place, 37204. We look forward to welcoming you! Exit 79 from I65N or S. 615-297-2224/615292-2250. GasLampAntiques.com.

8th AVENUE ANTIQUE MALL With over 50 booths, in 8,000 sq ft, and a spacious parking lot, we offer a wide variety of items from traditional antiques to vintage, retro/mid-century, industrial, shabby chic/ cottage, linens, original art, as well as a large selection of vinyl records, vintage clothing, collectibles and eclectic items. Something for everyone. Open Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 12-5. 2015 8th Avenue South, Nashville. Contact us at 8thavenueantiquemall@gmail.com or 615-279-9922.

TENNESSEE ANTIQUE MALL A clean, bright mall conveniently located near the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. Collectibles, glass, furniture, silver coins, and much more! There is something for everyone… every day! Over 60 dealers antiques and collectible to browse. Jimmy & Martha Walker, Owners. Open Mon-Sat 10-5:30, Sun 1-5:30. 654 Wedgewood Avenue, Nashville. Call 615-259-4077.

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Hermitage • Mt. Juliet • Old Hickory Nolensville Antiques THE ANTIQUE MALL Hermitage’s largest antique mall with over 17,000 square feet. Vintage collectibles, unique furniture and much, much more! You’ve got to visit. Located behind The Hermitage Inn at 4144B Lebanon Pike in Hermitage. Open Tues-Fri 10-4:30, Sat 10-5, Sun 1:30-4:30, closed on Mondays. Call 615-391-8978. HOWARD RAWLINGS ANTIQUES A Green Business! We were green when green wasn’t cool. Winner of Busy Bee Trader’s Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Antique Wholesale Distributor/Most Helpful Staff (2005) and Best Open House/Best Place to Find Bargains (2004). A dealer mall with three floors of treasures in a 1925 farm house. English and French furniture, as well as china and glassware. Imports. Always wholesale to dealers. Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30. 13693 Lebanon Rd, Mt. Juliet, Mention GETAWAY of Nashville Magazine for a 10% discount. Call 615-754-7457 or visit www.rawlingantiques.com. PHOENIX FLEA MARKET A few antiques (US mostly), lots of collectibles, a fair amount of good used furniture and a whole lot of fun. Our building is over 22,000 square feet with well over 100 booths filled completely full of everything that you can imagine. There’s old glass, new glass, lots of conversation pieces, and something for everyone. Plan on spending a few hours with us when you come. We’ll have fun, I guarantee it! Open 7 days a week from 10-5. Located at 1409 Robinson Rd (that’s Old Hickory Blvd). From I40 take Exit 221 towards The Hermitage. Stay on Old Hickory Blvd (S.R. 45) for approximately 7.4 miles. The Flea Market is on the rights. Call us if you need directions at 615-847-1044. See you there!

THE VILLAGE ANTIQUES & GIFTS With a variety of antiques & gifts, you’ll be happy you stopped by to visit. We are focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction. Some of the beautiful things you will find here include Antique Glass, Carnival Glass, Fenton Glass, Clear and Colored Cut Glass, Hand-Painted China, Nippon, Limoges, Porcelain Figurines, Retro and much more. We are open Tues-Fri. 10-5, Sat 10-6, and Sun 1-5. 7289 Nolensville Rd, call 615-776-1200 or visit www. TheVillageAntiquesNolensvilleTN.com. Like us on Facebook @ TheVillage Antiques & Gifts.

A Unique Shopping Experience Vintage Collectables & Unique Furniture Tues-Fri 10am – 4:30pm Sat 10am – 5pm Sun 1:30pm – 4:30pm Closed Mondays

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THREE FRENCH HENS You will love this shop! Three French Hens is a unique antique, decorating, and gift store with a strong emphasis on shabby chic – a different kind of antique store. Some of the things you will find here are wonderful candles you will not be able to resist, lovely jewelry displays, furniture galore, knickknacks and accessories, one-of-a-kind treasures and gifts and fabulous customer service. You will so enjoy yourself in this store! Open Tue-Sat 10-6, Sun 1-5. 7305 Nolensville Road, call 615-776-1279. Like us on Facebook @ Three French Hens.

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BELLE MEADE PREMIUM CIGARS Experience Nashville’s finest cigar store where you will find all the best in premium cigars, a luxury lounge, walk-in humidor, and flat screen TV’s. Our featured products include Davidoff Cigar Cutters, lighters and cigar knives. Please visit our website listing all our fine cigars and cigar accessories. Open Mon-Sat 9 a.m.-8:30 p.m., Sunday Noon-6 p.m. Located at 4518 Harding Pike, Nashville. Call 615-297-7963 or visit www.bellemeadecigars.com. BOOT BARN® Nothing goes better together than country music and cowboy boots. And at Boot Barn you’ll find thousands of cowboy boots from top brands like Ariat, Justin, Corral, Lucchese and Shyanne along with a team of friendly Fit Experts ready to help you find just the right size and style. Four locations serving Nashville in Opry Mills, Goodlettsville, Brentwood, and Lebanon. Visit bootbarn.com and facebook. com/bootbarn. THE FACTORY AT FRANKLIN Shop, dine and unwind at this unique boutique mall just minutes from Cool Springs. The Factory at Franklin is a depression-era factory that has been renovated into one of Tennessee’s most marvelous shopping, dining and entertainment venues! Restaurants, antique shops, art galleries, one-of-akind retail stores, theater, culinary center and more. Located at 230 Franklin Rd, Franklin TN. For more information call 615-791-1777 or visit www.factoryatfranklin.com. FRENCH’S SHOES & BOOTS French’s Shoes and Boots is your one-stop shop for Western boots, hats, clothing, shoes and more. French’s is located next to the Wildhorse Saloon on historic 2nd Avenue in downtown Nashville. Family-owned and locally operated since 1972, French’s has great everyday low prices with no tourist markup. Shop online at www. FrenchsBootsandShoes.com or visit one of our 14 locations across Tennessee. JENSEN’S SHOES Jensen’s Shoes carries a broad range of orthopedic footwear. We are able to address the needs of most type of foot problems with our expertise in matching custom orthotics, shoes and the individual’s foot. These problems include bunions, hammertoes and plantar fasciitis. Care of diabetic and arthritic feet is an area of our expertise. Open Mon.- Sat. 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Thur. til 7 p.m. Located at 73 White Bridge Rd., Suite 123, Nashville. Call 615-356-9699. www.jensenshoes.com. NASHVILLE BOOT CO. Nashville Boot Co. is a locally owned boot store with great selections by Dan Post, Lucchese, Tony Lama, Laredo, Corral, Ariat, Frye, Boutlet and more. We also have belts, boot socks, boot cleaner, unique gift items, Stetson hats, Case pocket knives and contemporary jewelry. Located 3 blocks from downtown Nashville in the Gulch (with FREE Parking), next door to Arnold’s Country Kitchen. Open Mon thru Sat 9:30am-5:30pm, closed on Sunday. 603 8th Ave South, Nashville, 37203. Visit www.nashvilleboot.com or call 615-353-9838.

OPRY MILLS Tennessee’s largest outlet, value-retail shopping, dining and entertainment destination is back in a big way! Mills Means More and you’ll find something for everyone with more stores, more savings, more brands and more fun! Visit Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Vera Bradley Outlet Store, J.Crew Factory, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Coach Factory Store, Michael Kors, Tommy Bahama, The LEGO Outlet, RCC Western Store, Chico’s, Talbots Outlet, and many more popular retailers all under one roof! Enjoy dining and entertainment venues such as; Aquarium Restaurant, Rainforest Cafe, Claim Jumper, Chuy’s Mexican Food, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Regal IMAX and Dave & Buster’s. Opry Mills is located at 433 Opry Mills Drive, adjacent to the Grand Ole Opry and Gaylord Opryland Resort. Call 615-514-1000 for more information or visit OpryMills.com. Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/OpryMills. TWO OLD HIPPIES Two Old Hippies opened its “flagship” lifestyle store in Music City, Nashville Tennessee on September 19, 2011. Located at 12th and Pine in The Gulch area, our 8,000 square foot store offers guests “an experience”. Featuring women’s and men’s apparel, shoes and accessories, along with unique jewelry and gifts. The store also hosts home decor and books. If shopping isn’t your thing, we host live music 5 nights a week on our stage, featuring a Hammond B3 Organ, Roland keyboard, Ludwig drum set, and our own Bedell, Breedlove and Weber instruments. Or you can visit “The Vault” which is home for our premium selection of guitars and provides sanctuary for those that wish to play in a quiet space. Our walls are lined with an incredible collection of rock n roll memorabilia all available for sale. And most guests don’t leave without a photo of the Magic Bus! Two Old Hippies is located at 401 12th Ave South, Nashville. Call 615-254-7999 and visit TwoOldHippies.com.


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music city trivia & fun facts

DIDYOUKNOW? DID YOU KNOW… The amount on the price tag on Minnie Pearl’s hat was $1.98. The Centerville native and Grand Ole Opry star would eventually buy a home next door to the Governor’s Mansion on Curtiswood Lane in Nashville. DID YOU KNOW… That President Theodore Roosevelt coined the phrase “good to the last drop”, words that became a national slogan, after sipping coffee at Maxwell House Hotel. The coffee was a local product of the Cheek family. Their family home is now Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art. DID YOU KNOW… Nashville’s Athena Parthenos is the tallest indoor sculpture in the Western world. She stands an impressive 42 feet high in the temple of the Parthenon. DID YOU KNOW… Elvis recorded more than 200 of his songs at RCA’s Historic Studio B on Music Row. The red, blue and green lights found in the studio are a remnant from one of Elvis’s Christmas albums. Unable to get in the holiday spirit while recording in July, he was having trouble finishing the album. The crew solved the problem by installing holiday-colored lights, putting up an artificial Christmas tree in the corner and cranking the air conditioner up as high as it would go to create the festive atmosphere. DID YOU KNOW… Country singer Randy Travis was a cook and dishwasher at the Nashville Palace before he made it big. 64 getaway nashville and middle tennessee

DID YOU KNOW… Belle Meade Plantation was famous for breeding thoroughbred horses. Iroquois, bred at the Belle Meade Farm, was the first American horse to win the English Derby. In addition to Iroquois, there were two other famous horses that can trace their lineage back to Belle Meade: Seabiscuit and War Admiral, both made popular again by the 2011 best-selling novel. For generations removed, the 1930’s horses were descendents of the sires of Bonnie Scotland, Belle Meade’s prize horse, making the family rivalry at the Plantation run deep. DID YOU KNOW… In 1941, Nashville was granted the first FM license in the United States. Music City then became the first to enjoy static-free radio. DID YOU KNOW… The Frist Center for Visual Arts is located in what was formerly Nashville’s main post office, a city landmark, placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. The Center went to great lengths to preserve the historical integrity of the building, as the building itself is a work of art. DID YOU KNOW… African-American artist and native Nashvillan Will Edmonson was the first black to be honored with a one-man exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Edmonson, the son of former slaves, created primitive limestone carvings of animals, angels, Biblical characters, and even celebrities. A photo spread of his work in Harper’s Bazaar led to the historic 1937 exhibit in New York City. Today, his works are on display at Cheekwood.


DID YOU KNOW… Nashville was founded on Christmas Eve 1779 along the banks of the Cumberland River. Two teams of pioneers set forth from the Carolinas to found the new city. Upon arrival, they immediately began building Fort Nashborough. Among the pioneers was Rachel Donelson, who would later become the wife of Andrew Jackson. DID YOU KNOW… The Hermitage: Home of President Andrew Jackson, the 7th president of the United States, boasts a driveway in the shape of a guitar. Legend says that the driveway was so shaped to please his daughter-in-law Emily. Nashvillians like to think it was a good sign of things to come. DID YOU KNOW… Standard Candy Company, founded in 1901, created the GooGoo, a true Nashville delight marrying peanuts, caramel, marshmallow and milk chocolate together for a tasty cluster of candy. Today Standard Candy Company uses more than 3 million pounds of chocolate a year. Legend has it that GOO stands for Grand Ole Opry. DID YOU KNOW… After a May 1885 sermon given by the Reverend Sam Jones at a tent revival, Captain Tom Ryman became an instant convert and immediately began raising funds to build a church. Upon his death in 1904, the church he built as the Union Gospel Tabernacle, was renamed in his honor - Ryman Auditorium. The iconic venue would later host such performers as Enrico Caruso, Katharine Hepburn, and Bob Hope, as well as the Grand Ole Opry from 1943-1974. Not surprisingly, in 2003, 2004, 2010 and 2011, the Ryman was named Theatre of the Year by Pollstar Magazine. Today, the Ryman is open for tours during the day and for concerts by artists of all genres at night.

DID YOU KNOW… Oprah Winfrey was raised in Nashville by her father Vernon Winfrey. While a sophomore at Tennessee State University (TSU), she was hired as a news anchor at WTVF-TV/News Channel 5, making her the first female and first African American in Nashville to hold such a job. DID YOU KNOW… That the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is an architectural wonder in itself? One side of the building is a RKO-style radio tower while the main building, with windows resembling a piano keyboard, ends in a Cadillac tailfin-style flourish. DID YOU KNOW… President Richard Nixon was onstage when the Grand Ole Opry broadcast its first show in the new Opry House in 1974. The former President played “God Bless America” on the piano and Roy Acuff showed him how to yo-yo. DID YOU KNOW… Nashville is known the world over as “Music City” because WSM radio announcer David Cobb referred to Nashville with that nickname in 1950 on Red Foley’s NBC radio broadcast. DID YOU KNOW… The Hermitage Hotel which has hosted several political and entertainment figures including John F. Kennedy, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Al Capone since it opened its doors in 1910 is the only Five-Star, Five Diamond property in the state of Tennessee. DID YOU KNOW… The Union Station Hotel, a National Historic Landmark since 1977, was originally built in 1900 as the city’s railroad station. January/February 2018

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events around town JANUARY EVENTS Jan 4 Nashville House Concerts at War Memorial Auditorium hosted by Sirius XM radio personality Storme Warren and Country artist Joe Denim and featuring chart-topping artists, music legends, rising stars and accomplished songwriters. 301 Sixth Avenue North at 7pm. Visit www.wmarocks.com. Jan 12 & 13 Aegis Sciences Classical Series|The Earth-An HD Odyssey presented by Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, Nashville. Visit www.nashvillesymphony.org.

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Jan 9 thru 14 Jersey Boys presented by Tennessee Performing Arts Center, TPAC at Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St, Nashville. Visit www.tpac.org. Jan 16 & 17 Dwight Yoakam in concert at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www. ryman.com. Jan 18 thru 20 First Bank Pops Series|The Songs of Elvis Presley with very special guest Priscilla presented by Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, Nashville. Visit www.nashvillesymphony.org.

Nashville Boat Show

Jan 18 thru 21 Nashville Boat Show at Music City Center, Demonbreun St & 5th Avenue South, downtown Nashville. Visit www.NashvilleBoatShow.com. Jan 22 Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots Million Dollar Show at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

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Jan 23 David Rawlings at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

Jan 24 John Mulaney|Kid Gorgeous at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com. Jan 24 The Music of Prince presented by Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, Nashville. Visit www.nashvillesymphony.org. Jan 27 Harlem Globetrotters at Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway in downtown Nashville. Visit www.bridgestonearena.com. Jan 28 Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg presented by Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, Nashville. Visit www.nashvillesymphony.org. Jan 28 Walk The Moon|Press Restart Tour at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

FEBRUARY EVENTS Feb 1 Nashville House Concerts at War Memorial Auditorium hosted by Sirius XM radio personality Storme Warren and Country artist Joe Denim and featuring chart-topping artists, music legends, rising stars and accomplished songwriters. 301 Sixth Avenue North at 7pm. Visit www.wmarocks.com. Feb 1 First Aid Kit at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com. Feb 1 thru 3 Aegis Sciences Classical Series|Rachmaninoff &Tchaikovsky presented by Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, Nashville. Visit www.nashvillesymphony.org.


Feb 2 & 3 Luke Combs at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com. Feb 2 thru 4 Antiques & Garden Show Nashville at Music City Center, Demonbreun St & 5th Avenue South, Nashville. Visit www.antiquesandgardenshow.com. Feb 5 Chris Janson: The Everybody Tour at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com. Feb 9 Jazz Series|Stacey Kent presented by Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, Nashville. Visit www. nashvillesymphony.org. Feb 11 Dancing With The Stars: Live!|Light Up The Night tour presented by Ryman Auditorium at Grand Ole Opry House, 2804 Opryland Drive, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com. Feb 14 Kelsea Ballerini with Walker Hayes and Bailey Bryan at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

Feb 17 Tommy Emmanuel with Special Guest Jake Shimbukuro at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com. Feb 15 thru 17 First Bank Pops Series|The Music of Journey presented by Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, Nashville. Visit www.nashvillesymphony.org. Feb 18 Jonny Lang at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

Antiques & Garden Show

Feb 23 & 24 Aegis Sciences Classical Series|Beethoven’s Second Piano Concerto presented by Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, Nashville. Visit www. nashvillesymphony.org. Feb 23 & 24 Tedeschi Trucks Band at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

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Feb 25 Nashville Predators vs St. Louis Blues at Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway in downtown Nashville. Visit www.nhl.com/predators.

Feb 13 & 14 Diana Krall & the Nashville Symphony| Turn Up the Quiet presented by Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, Nashville. Visit www.nashvillesymphony.org.

Feb 25 Dan Auerbach & The Easy Eye Sound Revue w/ Robert Finley, Shannon Shaw and special guests Shannon & the Clams at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

Feb 15 Blues Traveler – 30th Anniversary Tour at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

Feb 27 Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

Feb 16 Josh Ritter and the Royal City Band at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

Feb 28 Why Don’t We “the Invitation Tour” at Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville. Visit www.ryman.com.

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BELLE MEADE PLANTATION The Belle Meade Plantation is a 30 acre historic site 6 miles west of Nashville. The centerpiece of the property is the Belle Meade mansion built in 1853. The mansion is open for tours daily. The Winery at Belle Meade Plantation is Tennessee’s newest winery and Nashville’s only winery to date! The restaurant at Belle Meade serves lunch daily and they have a fantastic gift shop loaded with merchandise. Located at 5025 Harding Pike, Nashville. Call 615-356-0501 or visit www.bellemeadeplantation.com. GRAND OLE OPRY The Grand Ole Opry is an American icon and Nashville’s #1 attraction. The Opry is world-famous for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people make pilgrimages across town or around the world to see the Grand Ole Opry live. The Grand Ole Opry House is located at 2804 Opryland Dr, Nashville. For complete and up-to-date schedule information call 615-871-OPRY or visit www.opry.com.

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THE HERMITAGE: HOME OF PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON Andrew Jackson always welcomed visitors to his home. Since The Hermitage opened as a museum in 1889, over 15 million people have crossed its threshold. Ongoing events at The Hermitage include: The HermitageFrontier Farm to American Landmark, Stories from the Hermitage Slave Community, and the new orientation film Andrew Jackson. Located 15 minutes from downtown Nashville at 4580 Rachel’s Lane, call 615-889-2941 or visit www.thehermitage.com. JOHNNY CASH MUSEUM The Johnny Cash Museum features the largest collection of Johnny Cash memorabilia in the world. Exhibits chronicle Johnny’s life and provide a very personal and unique glimpse into his world. Our exhibits include Johnny’s stage costumes, instruments, personal letters, artwork and handwritten songs as well as artifacts from family members and notable friends. Our Museum Store features the largest selection of Cash souvenirs, apparel and rare collectibles available anywhere in the world. Enjoy coffee, coffee drinks, and gourmet café foods in their new Bongo Java Café. Museum and Store hours are 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM seven days a week. For more information call 615-256-1777.


NASHVILLE NIGHTLIFE DINNER THEATER Voted Music Valley’s #1 Dinner & Show where you can dine with the stars. Enjoy a great southern buffet dinner and the best live entertainment you can imagine. Some guest stars include “Opry Star” Jeannie Seely, Tommy Cash, Diana Murrel, Brenda Best, Paula Poe (from the Tammy Wynette Show), and many others. Southern Buffet at 5:30pm, Showtime at 6:30pm. Located at 2416 Music Valley Drive in Music Valley Village across the street from Gaylord Opryland Resort and the Grand Ole Opry. Call 615-885- 47 or visit www.nashvillenightlife.com. NASHVILLE SYMPHONY Led by Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero and President and CEO Alan D. Valentine, the Nashville Symphony has a growing international reputation for its recordings and innovative programming. With more than 140 performances annually, the 83-member Nashville Symphony is an arts leader in

Nashville and beyond, offering a broad range of classical, pops and jazz concerts; special events; children’s concerts and community outreach programs. The Schermerhorn Symphony Center is located in the heart of downtown Nashville at 1 Symphony Place. Call 615-687-6400 or visit www.nasvhillesymphony.org. PATSY CLINE MUSEUM Take a walk through the historic, mythical and trail-blazing career of Virginia Patterson Hensley, better known to the world as the iconic Patsy Cline. Nashville’s newest museum houses the largest collection of Patsy Cline artifacts, letters, photographs, costumes, clothing, and household furnishings from her Nashville dream house. Guests are educated and entertained via cutting-edge audio and touch screen technology featuring Cline’s numerous audio and video performances. Visit www.facebook. com/Patsyclinemuseum and www.patsymuseum.com for more information. RYMAN AUDITORIUM A must-see for anyone visiting Nashville, this landmark is the very epicenter of Music City. Tour the Ryman and experience “The Soul of Nashville” during the day with exhibits such as “Workin’ on a Building,” and “Ryman Renaissance.” Then come back to see one of the Ryman’s many nighttime concerts. Located in the heart of downtown at 116 Fifth Avenue North. For complete schedule information call 615-889-3060 or visit www.ryman.com.

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Lebanon Wilson County Antique City of the South Step back in time as you stroll through

Fiddlers Grove Historical Village in Lebanon, TN

A typical early village consisting of cabins, each with a unique story

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he Johnny Cash Museum features the largest collection of Johnny Cash memorabilia in the world. From The Man in Black’s earliest childhood artifacts to the very last song he wrote, you’ll find it here. Exhibits chronicle Johnny’s life and provide a very personal and unique glimpse into his world. Depicted in stunning graphics, artifacts and interactive technology, visitors are provided a three dimensional walk through the life and legend of this international icon. Our exhibits include Johnny’s stage costumes, instruments, personal letters, artwork and handwritten songs as well as artifacts from family members and notable friends. More than 25 costumes are on exhibit including the gown worn by First lady Patricia Nixon when Cash played the White House in 1971. Another highlight is the custom Gibson J200 guitar Johnny had made in 1958 which was on exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for seven years before moving to its present home here in Nashville. The instrument is valued at $250,000. Our newest exhibit, Legends of Sun Records, features artifacts, films and musical recordings from Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison and Jerry Lee Lewis. Among the artifacts featured are some of the earliest Presley pieces ever discovered, a pair of Roy Orbison’s signature eyeglasses, handwritten lyrics to the Rock and Roll anthem Blue Suede Shoes and much more. Cash, who sold more than 100 million records, is one of the world’s best known and loved entertainers. His concerts tours took him around the world and he is known in every corner of the globe. He has received virtually every award the entertainment world has to offer and is the only entertainer in history to be inducted into the Rock and Roll, Country Music, Songwriter’s and Gospel Music Halls of Fame. His Facebook page has over

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10 million followers; more than most living entertainers. He posted over 130 hits on the Billboard Country singles chart. Cash placed at least two singles on the Country charts for 38 consecutive years, including an amazing 25 hits between 1958 and 1960. Johnny Cash is the only artist to have songs on the Billboard charts for six consecutive decades. He received two of the Nation’s greatest honors; The National Medal of Arts, presented by President George W. Bush and the Kennedy Center Honors, presented by President Bill Clinton. He amassed 17 Grammy awards during the span of his career; among the most awarded to any entertainer in history. Personalities ranging from Snoop Dog, the members of U2, Bob Dylan, Justin Timberlake, Kris Kristofferson, Bruce Springsteen and several U.S. Presidents, among many others are self-professed Cash fans, demonstrating his broad popularity which spans age and culture. Among the many highlights are the handwritten lyrics to his classic hits I Walk the Line and Folsom Prison Blues. You’ll also see a stone wall from Johnny and June’s storied home on the lake in Hendersonville including their precious antique furnishings and personal belongings. Our Museum Store features the largest selection of Cash souvenirs, apparel and rare collectibles available anywhere in the world. Come and visit the Johnny Cash Museum. Our staff members include Cash family members and friends who love to visit and share stories with our guests. No trip to Nashville would be complete without a visit to the Johnny Cash Museum. We’ll see you there! Museum and Museum Store hours are 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM seven days per week. Closed on Christmas and Thanksgiving. For more information call 615-256-1777.


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Getaway nashville magazine january february 2018  
Getaway nashville magazine january february 2018  

Nashville, Music City in-room hotel magazine loaded with Nashville attractions, dining, shopping, entertainment, and more!