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Music, the other universal language that can bring us together in the rhythm of life. This past weekend there was so much music to devour in this city called Music City U.S.A Nashville, Tennessee that whichever music genre is your favorite you could feel the pulse of drumbeats in the air sending waves of energy through the people dancing in the streets. From country great Willie Nelson, that graced the outdoor riverfront stage, to pop superstar Lionel Richie that was entertaining just a block away to a packed indoor arena. The concert scene is definitely alive and well and certainly nothing new to the music business model. From the old-time rock and roll bands that can still fill arenas to a slew of newcomers with a pocket full of talent that carry a new generation into the scene.

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Whether you like the toned down version of an indie artist sitting with his guitar sharing songwriting stories and playing tunes in an intimate setting or maybe you prefer the full out head banging sound infusion with stimulating visual effects while surrounded by ten thousand of your closest friends, it all revolves around the music that moves us. Whatever temperature you like your music, there is plenty to go around that will satisfy your musical appetite. One of the many reasons this city has developed into such an entertainment destination is because there’s a little something for everyone. Of course we are known for our country music roots but as genres have evolved over the past sixty years so have the audiences. People want variety and this town certainly has the menu. With such musical diversity you are sure to find the language that speaks to you, so if you are a music lover and want to sample a taste of different music styles make plans to hit the streets of Nashville. Of course there may be a slight southern accent lingering in the air but you will find that this town speaks to all audiences through its language of music.

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