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    We're going there in a couple of weeks. Any recommendations on where to go?
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    We're going there in a couple of weeks. Any recommendations on where to go?
    If you're there on a Monday night, catch The Time Jumpers at the Station Inn. Most of the band members are regular session players and this is their "night out with the boys" (and girls - Dave Martin's wife sings with the band). I've never caught their live show, but their recording is first rate.
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      Hey Jeff,

      Here's the links:

      Our version of the LA Weekly newspaper:
      http://www.nashvillescene.com/

      Of course there city search:
      http://nashville.citysearch.com/

      A great place for LIVE music any night of the week:
      http://3rdandlindsley.com/

      The Wildorse Saloon has been pulling in some huge acts since our ampitheater closed:
      http://www.wildhorsesaloon.com/

      Acoustic Songwriter Music:
      http://www.bluebirdcafe.com/

      Great LIVE music here too:
      http://www.ryman.com/

      Man that's about enough to make anybody wanna come. There's always something happening. Let me know if you need help finding the right place to stay. More later.

      Russ
      Nashville
      "In Order To Predict The Future .... Create It"

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        I was there recently. There is a strip along Broadway with lots of clubs close to each other. Most of them had no cover charge. All the bands I saw were quite decent. The Don Kelley Band stood out a bit for some good traditional C&W.

        And don't miss the Grand Ole Opry and the old Grand Ole Opry building (Ryman auditorium) still has shows also. The current G.O.P is a very commercial amusement park kind of scene, but for a reasonable price one can see a lot of artists, many of them legendary, all in one show.
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