Nashville is celebrated all over the world as “Music City.” And that’s not an empty boast. Here’s a small sampling of some of the best country music venues in Nashville, which are all within easy reach for residents of Vertis Green Hills.
For most of the world, The Grand Ole Opry is a legendary live radio broadcast that began in 1925 and has been going strong ever since. But for locals, like residents of Vertis Green Hills Nashville, it’s an unmatched venue to see the best performers in all of country music. When it comes to a live show, there are no bad seats at The Grand Ole Opry.
The Bluebird Café is utterly unlike the big performance venues that have made Music City famous. Within easy walking distance of Vertis Green Hills Nashville, in an unassuming strip mall, this small country music gem invites a fortunate crowd of just 90 people to enjoy an intimate musical showcase of up-and-coming songwriters and country music superstars. Taylor Swift and Garth Brooks are among those who got their start at the Bluebird Café.
Known as the “Mother Church of Country Music,” the Ryman Auditorium was created from a converted tabernacle and is pure paradise for those who love live entertainment at its best. Local residents can take advantage of the seasonal music offerings of the Ryman’s live music Nashville calendar including Christmas at the Ryman and Bluegrass Nights during the summer months.
Celebrated as “Honky Tonk Heaven” among the bright lights of the Music City scene. Robert’s Western World delights those who love the authentic roots of Western swing. And if have any doubts that this is a true original, it will be dispelled when you see the downhome dining duo that locals insist on: Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and fried bologna sandwiches.