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Board the SongBird Bus on 5th Ave South between Koreans Veterans Blvd and Demonbreun St. Right next to the Nashville Music City Center and Country Music Hall of fame.
See where some of the world’s best-known songs were born on Music Row
Cruise the stomping grounds of country music’s early legends on Lower Broadway
Drive by the homes where your favorite country stars lived and died on Franklin Road
Stretch your legs at one of Music Row’s most storied songwriter hangouts, Bobby’s Idle Hour
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From the time you step on this magical tour bus, you are transformed. The stories, the songs, the MUSIC… AND THE SCENERY! There is simply nothing like this in Nashville! You hear these songs on the radio but once you hear the STORIES behind the songs… they take on a new meaning. When else can you visit a Music Row local pub WITH the professionals and hear their stories? This is a tour you can take multiple times and will have a different experience each and every time. Different writers, different artist’s, different people. Learn about the history of Music Row from the pros. Wow. I cannot say enough!! Note… this is not a party bus though you can bring your own alcohol. You HAVE to be respectful of the writers. If you are wanting to catch up with old friends, do it elsewhere. It is a major no-no in Nashville to be talking while a writer is performing their songs for you. They pour their heart and soul onto paper so you can fully understand it and they are deserving of your attention during this time. It does not matter if you are at The Bluebird, Puckett’s or on a park bench… if a songwriter is singing their song to you, you listen. Others are on this bus to hear the music, also, so please be respectful. You will have so much fun that two hours will not seem like enough time… but you could do it again with different writers! I cannot wait to go back! Do not forget to tip your guides. They are working hard to be sure you have a great time so please be generous!
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