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Day 1 – In Nashville, “It All Begins with a Song.” At tonight’s private dinner show you will learn how life experiences inspired some of country music’s biggest hits – from the person who write the lyrics. You will be thoroughly entertained by one of Nashville’s most accomplished songwriters performing their songs that became hit recordings! You’ll hear the personal stories that motivated the music, gain insight into the songwriters craft, and enjoy a private meet/greet with the writer following the performance.
Day 2 – Troubadour Music Sightseeing is an “Only in Nashville” kind of experience. Bringing new meaning to the phrase “Entertaining Narrative” it’s sightseeing with a singer/songwriter guide. The tour will include Downtown Nashville’s colorful history with drive-bys of the historic Ryman Auditorium, Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, Honky Tonk Row, Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop and The Bluebird Cafe. Plus, you will hear what it’s like trying to break into Nashville’s music scene, both the struggles and the victories. As an added bonus your Troubadour will perform some of his or her original songs!
The afternoon begins on Nashville’s famed Music Row at the Historic RCA Studio B. Here, you get an up-close look at the studio that has recorded music legends Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley; and more recently, Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride, and Marty Stuart. Inside the studio, you actually interact with a professional sound engineer in your very own recording session.
Then it’s off to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the keeper of priceless Country Music Treasures. Your self-guided tour is a walk through history, one that leads you from the earliest folk traditions to the music that thrills millions of fans today. Every tour ends in the Hall of Fame Rotunda, the never-ending circle, and storied home of the inductees.
Then you visit the new Johnny Cash Museum, featuring a world class collection of items that tells the story of his life.
Followed by a dinner at the Wildhorse Saloon. This evening may be one of the most memorable country experiences of your trip. The Wildhorse offers a state-of-the-art sound system, dance lessons on the biggest dance floor in town, great food – and you never know who you might see.
Day 3 – Depart for home.