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Music Row (Nashville, USA)

Music Row: The Heart of the Music City

Since its inception in the 1950s, Music Row gave rise to iconic stars such as Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson, and Dolly Parton. To this day, it continues to be an important part of Nashville’s music industry. If you’re a country music fan, Music Row is a must-see.

Situated south and west of the downtown district, Music Row is largely centred on 16th and 17th Avenues. It is arguably the most famous neighbourhood in Nashville, being home to a number of production studios, record labels, radio networks, and other music-related businesses.

Music Row is more than just business – you’ll find the best entertainment on Demonbreun Street. However, there are many shops, upscale and down-to-earth eateries, live music venues, and vibrant nightlife spots scattered in the area.

Dive Into the History of Music Row

There are several key locations that are worth visiting on a trip to Music Row. Make sure to stop by the Quonset Hut, which was the area’s first recording studio, and RCA Studio B. RCA Studios is known for signing many famous music stars, such as Elvis, and transforming the country music industry. RCA is also responsible for inventing “country pop” by giving a twist to classical country music and adding soft rock. This popular genre is often referred to as “Nashville sound”.

You’re sure to run into a few iconic works of art on your visit here. Two statues not to miss are Musica, which is the largest bronze sculpture in the US, and the Owen Bradley statue, located in Music Square East.

There’s More to See Beyond Music Row

Music Row isn’t far from other Nashville sights, including the downtown area, which is just two miles away. If you’re a music buff, try to book tickets for a concert at the Ryman Auditorium, once home to the Grand Ole Opry. Also, don’t miss the Country Music Hall of Fame, which is also located in downtown Nashville. Until 1999, it was actually located in Music Row.

Choose Music Row for Upmarket Accommodation

Being an upscale neighbourhood, Music Row is where to go to find high-quality mid-range and luxury hotels in Nashville. Budget options are limited in this area, but can be found not far away.

Of all Music Row Nashville hotels, Loews Vanderbilt Hotel stands out. Located right in the centre of the action, this is the place to stay to experience luxury. The rooms are modern yet timeless and offer some self-catering facilities, such as a mini-fridge and microwave, so they are great for a longer stay. The hotel also has an on-site restaurant and provides local shuttle services.

For a more boutique environment, check out The Hayes Street Hotel. Its bar is the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day, especially on live music nights.

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Hotels near Music Row