nashville

     

Nashville is the capital of the U.S. state of Tennessee an the county seat of Davidson County. It is the second most populous city in the state after Memphis. It is located on the Cumberland River in Davidson County, in the north-central part of the state. Nashville is a major hub for the health care, music, publishing, banking and transportation industries.

Trivia about nashville

  • To see a wax George Strait, go straight to the Country Music Wax Museum in this state capital
  • A cable TV network is named for this state capital, a hotbed of country music
  • As you might guess, the Country Music Association is based in this city
  • Tim McGraw & Faith Hill spearheaded the 2010 concert called this Tennessee city "Rising", a benefit for flood victims
  • When visiting this Southern city, you & your friends may tour the Willie Nelson & Friends Museum
  • The Bluebird Cafe in this Tenn. city was featured prominently in the River Phoenix film "The Thing Called Love"
  • "Music City, USA",Tennessee
  • This state capital was originally called Fort Nashborough, for General Francis Nash
  • The Oregonian is a Portland paper & the Tennessean is from this city
  • "Music City, U.S.A."
  • The NFL's Titans tower over this town
  • It's "The Country Music Capital of the World"
  • Put on your boots & head to Bakersfield, the country music hot spot known as this Tennessee city "West"
  • The NFL'sTitans
  • This city boasts museums devoted to toys, beverage containers & Hank Williams Jr.
  • TravelCenters of America has a stop at Exit 48 on I-24, near Music Row in this Tennessee town
  • The Regal Maxwell House,The Sheraton Music City,The Opryland Hotel
  • The Grand Ole Opry Museum & the Music Valley Wax Museum are attractions in this city
  • Cable TV viewers know the first "N" in TNN stands for this state capital
  • What's called the war's last major battle was George Thomas' Dec. 1864 victory outside this Tennessee capital
  • This Tennessee city began with the unmusical name of French Lick
  • James K. Polk State Office Building
  • "The Athens of the South"
  • This Tennessee city's architecture helped earn it the nickname "The Athens of the South"
  • In this Altman film, singer Sueleen strips before a rowdy crowd at a fund-raiser
  • Gary Busey, Karen Black & Keith Carradine wrote songs for this film; Keith's "I'm Easy" won an Oscar
  • Opryland, once a popular theme park in this city, was demolished to make way for a shopping mall
  • Look for Jeff Goldblum as the Tricycle Man in this 1975 Robert Altman film set in Tennessee
  • Say a lot worse than "heck" / In the lousy bottleneck / Where I-40 meets 65 / In this country music hive
  • This state capital has streets named for Chet Atkins & Roy Acuff
  • It's home to Belmont, David Lipscomb & Vanderbilt universities
  • Robert Altman's 1975 movie about the music business
  • Country music legend & Grand Ole Opry star Roy Acuff was a member of Lodge No. 560 in this city
  • "I'm Easy"
  • The Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl at LP Field
  • Jack Cawthon, the "Bar-B-Que King" of this town, has a restaurant overlooking the Ryman Auditorium
  • "I'm Easy"
  • Centennial Park in this southern capital contains a full-scale replica of the Parthenon
  • Vanderbilt University
  • The exterior of the gov.'s mansion in Tallahassee was inspired by the Hermitage in this other state capital
  • A 1975 Robert Altman film centers on a music festival & political rally in this title city
  • Vanderbilt University
  • Country music city(9)
  • Ill shaven
  • A Tennessee municipality:Hen villas?
  • In 1893 James K. Polk's tomb was moved from his estate to the state capitol grounds in this city