City of Nashville, Tennessee - Music City

city of nashville - music city
city of nashville
city of nashville
city of nashville


City of Nashville - Music City


Along the Cumberland River at Davidson County in Tennessee lies the state’s capital, the captivating

city of Nashville. Popularly known as the Music City, it is home to major music production and recording companies. It comes in second to New York as biggest music production center in the United States. But that’s not the only pride of the city. It is also a major hub for banking, health care, publishing and transportation companies.

Over 250 health care companies are in operation in Nashville, including the world’s largest private hospital operator-the Hospital Corporation of America. Entertainment centers are also abundant in

this city and they come in different sizes such as the enormous LP Field, Sommet Center and the most

recent addition, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

Nashville City is also blessed with nice and breezy parks such as the Warner Parks, which serves as venue to the yearly Iroquois Steeplechase. The park also features scenic roads, horse and hiking trails and a learning center. There are also parks on Percy Priest Lake and Old Hickory Lake, which are all managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer. Both of these parks are popular for water activities such as boating, fishing, sailing and water-skiing.

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