Travel Channel Hosts in Nashville
Our hosts love Nashville! So we took a look back at a couple places Adam, Bert and Sam visited, including must-see sights like Music Row, the Grand Ole Opry and Designs by Manuel.Filed under:
Owen Bradley Park
Adam posed with a statue of American record producer Owen Bradley, located in Nashville’s Owen Bradley Park. Owen, along with Chet Atkins and Bob Ferguson, helped create the Nashville sound in country music and rockabilly during the 1950s and 1960s. Owen also worked with country music legends like Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty. Some of his work is still popular today, including Patsy Cline’s famous songs, “Crazy” and “I Fall to Pieces.”
Please forgive us, this gallery is really popular.
We sent a note to our support staff about the glitch you just experienced. Please click the button below to reload your content.
You May Also Like
Nashville has a variety of unique signs -- from the bright, neon to the terribly tacky. Take a look at the Music City’s most interesting signs from B.B. King's Blues Club, Barb-B-Cutie and more.
HiPhi gives Shane O a tour of some of the hottest local hangouts in Nashville.
Visit this city's world-class restaurants and museums, and learn why there's a little country music in all of us.
Ready to celebrate the country's independence? These are some of the ...
Feast your eyes upon the most hot and spicy Food Paradise yet! Sample ...
Nashville will surprise you. Explore a replica of the Parthenon, the ...
Travel with Andrew Zimmern to Nashville to sample the city's most ...
When in Tennessee, do as Tennesseans do: slather a slice of country ...
More Travel Inspirations
Enter daily for a chance to win a grand prize worth over $1.5M, located in Atlanta.
Get the essential Food Network email featuring time saving tips, recipes and how-to videos.
Win over the kids with these easy, time-saving dinners the family will love.