Nashville is known as Music City. Need we say more? Yes. Here are 10 venues where you can hear the best that Nashville has to offer. Everyone has seen a place like Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar on television before. It is the stereotypical country bar: loud music, cold beer and barely enough room to stand. Locals also favor Layla's Bluegrass Inn, where there's never a cover charge and the music plays live seven nights a week. Make sure you have your dancing shoes on because you won't be sitting very long. Second Fiddle is located on Honky-Tonk Row and open seven nights a week for live music. There's no cover charge, drinks are cheap and the vibe is rowdy. Also, you never know when your favorite country music artist will show up and sing a set. Taking up two city blocks in downtown Nashville, Printers Alley draws both locals and tourists from all over the world. This is the soundtrack to life in Nashville, and the music sounds pretty good.
Live music, locals hangout, no cover charge...
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