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by Red Mezz
Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom
July 28, 2006
Unless you are an avid record collector, or have some other reason for wanting to visit this shop, in many ways it's just a technicality. Pop in for a look around and to say that you've been. But such little moments contribute to the joy of travelling, and if you do have the time, I would suggest doing it, for exactly those reasons.
There is a great selection of country music here to look through, and you can't possibly miss it when walking down Broadway in Nashville. But like I said, unless you're going to look for some obscure country music album that you can't seem to find anywhere online, the place doesn't have a lot to offer entertainment wise. But that doesn't mean it's not worth stopping in, having a browse, getting a good, rich wallow in the history and the soul of the place, and maybe picking up something as a souvenir. And with everything else in Nashville, you never know who you might run into!
From journal The Southern Sounds of Music City....
Carshalton, United Kingdom
August 15, 2004
The shop has three branches. The original store on Broadway, shop number 2 at 2416 Music Valley Drive (where the "Midnite Jamboree" takes place on Saturdays) and inside Nashville Airport.
From journal Nashville - Tennessee Waltzing
May 9, 2001
From journal Nashville, so much more than just country music