Updated: Jan 12
NASHVILLE, TN – Nashville is in a bit of an identity crisis, as it was recently forced to change its world-renowned nickname ‘Music City’ to just ‘City’, since Covid-19 has officially obliterated its live music scene.
Broadway, Nashville’s busiest and most famous street, is typically known for its crowded streets, 3 story bars, and an abundance of live music. Now all you hear is drunk, middle-aged bachelorette parties yelling and throwing up.
Tourism has been especially down in ‘Music Row’, after it also was forced to change its name to just ‘Row’. Is it a row of dumpsters? Is it a row of washed-up record labels? Are those the same thing? Who can really tell anymore?