When you say Nashville, you think country music and you must go to the Hall of Fame.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been the home of America's music since 1967. It moved into it’s current building, located on the west bank of the Cumberland River, in 2001. The first three inductees were Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Williams, and Fred Rose.
There is a room where the exhibits change on a regular basis and while we were there they were honoring Tammy Wynette, the first lady of County Music.
These are the clothes I think of when I think country music. I still haven’t gotten used to the relaxed jeans and sneakers look. Sparkles and rhinestones.
The museum is full of tributes to country music stars.
They even have Elvis’s solid gold Cadillac.
This is a must stop on your visit to Nashville.
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