Nashville’s Music Museums: Visiting museums honoring country music stars: George Jones, Patsy Cline, and the Johnny Cash Museums with photos and memorabilia.
Hutton Hotel offers plenty of Musical Instruments to Satisfy your inner-Rockstar The Hutton Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee maintains the rock-and-roll spirit of its famous city by letting guests live the life of luxury of a rock star while giving them the means to create their own music too. The Hutton hotel has two Writers Studios […]
World War I Hero Sgt. York’s Home in Pall Mall Is Now a State Park By Jackie Sheckler Finch Betsy Ross York Lowrey was eight years old before she saw her first movie. Her dad loaded up the family and took them to nearby Jamestown to see a first-run film. What surprised young Betsy the […]
Weekend in Nashville: Music, History and Honky-tonk By Tab Hauser Driving cross country can be either a rushed event to get to a destination or one where you can slow down to make it an old fashion road trip. During our 6283-mile road trip across the US, one of our stops was in the music […]
Driving the twisting, hard to find Cherohala Skyway, once a Cherokee Indian trail, now a scenic highway connecting western N. Carolina with Tennessee.
At the Hatch Show Print facility in Nashville, TN, you can see how they’ve been printing posters using letterpresses since 1879, and make one too!
By Cathie Arquilla Why Nashville? The short answer was that my mom, sisters and I are big fans of the ABC TV show Nashville and we wanted hang out with the likes of Rayna James (Connie Britton) and Deacon Claybourne (Chip Esten) and to find out if Nashville was really like “Nashville.” Now that I’ve been […]