Posted 07/09/10

Live From Music City: Nashville, Tennessee

Live From Music City: Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, Tennessee is proudly hailed as “Music City.” That said, it’s only fitting that Live From Music City is a Nashville based radio show with an audience comprised of singers and musicians. Live From Music City is purposefully geared towards artists who have achieved at least a mid-level point in their careers and “tries to help these artists define the steps needed to advance their careers.” The show presents vital insider industry commentary, as well as wonderful musical performances (with essential advice) from such renowned guests as Grammy Winning Native American Bill Miller and folk legends Bob Shane and Bill Zorn of The Kingston Trio - each Tuesday at 9pm EST!

David Bowers, along with David Lowry, are the hosts of Live From Music City. Mr. Bowers is a “professional voice benefiting from 30 years of experience in radio and TV." Co-Host David Lowry has worked in just about every capacity of the music business - starting as musician, and, in 2008, he launched The Lowry Agency, a full service Nashville artist management firm.

The Concierge Questionnaire: David Bowers,  Host

What is your favorite word to describe Nashville? Music.

What word best reflects the people of Nashville? Determined.

What is the most creative, spiritual or emotional place in Nashville? The Ryman.

In 1892, the Ryman Auditorium, built by Captain Thomas G. Ryman (1843–1904), first opened its doors. Home to the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 until 1974, the Ryman continues to host the most celebrated names in music.

Ryman Auditorium: 116 Fifth Avenue North
Please visit Ryman Auditorium for current music schedule and much more.

What is your favorite outdoor activity in Nashville? Outdoor concerts at Riverfront Park.

Nashville’s Riverfront Park sits on the Cumberland River and is one of the city’s beloved concert areas, particularly during the summer.

Riverfront Park: First Avenue and Broadway
Please visit Nashville Parks and Recreations for a city wide event calender.

What is your favorite indoor activity in Nashville? Indoor concerts at Wildhorse Saloon.

Wildhorse Saloon: 120 2nd Avenue North
Please visit Wildhorse Saloon for a hours, current music calendar and much more!

What is your favorite sound or noise in Nashville? Music - currently listening to Nashville’s own Lady Antebellum.

What is your favorite smell or taste in Nashville? Home cookin'.

What drink best reflects Nashville? Tennessee Sipping Whiskey at F. Scott’s.

F. Scott's Restaurant & Jazz Bar: 2210 Crestmoor Road
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 5:30pm-10pm and Friday-Saturday 5:30pm-11pm


What song or type of music best reflects Nashville? TheNashville Cats.

If Heaven were Nashville, what would God say to a visitor when they arrive at the Pearly Gates? Welcome to THE Grand Ole Opry.

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