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A Taste of Nashville, Tennessee

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  1. Nashville is the capital of the U.S. state of Tennessee and the county seat of Davidson County. It is most notably known as a center of the music industry, earning it the nickname "Music City". According to United States Census Bureau the city has a population of 626,681.

  2. Although Nashville was never known as a jazz town, it did have many great jazz bands, including The Nashville Jazz Machine led by Dave Converse and its current version, the Nashville Jazz Orchestra, led by Jim Williamson, as well as The Establishment, led by Billy Adair. Radio station WMOT-FM in nearby Murfreesboro has aided significantly in the recent revival of the city's jazz scene, as has the non-profit Nashville Jazz Workshop, which holds concerts and classes in a renovated building in the north Nashville neighborhood of Germantown. Fisk University also maintains a jazz station.

  3. As the "home of country music", Nashville has become a major music recording and production center. All of the Big Four record labels, as well as numerous independent labels, have offices in Nashville, mostly in the Music Row area. Since the 1960s, Nashville has been the second biggest music production center (after New York) in the U.S. As of 2006, Nashville's music industry is estimated to have a total economic impact of $6.4 billion per year and to contribute 19,000 jobs to the Nashville area.

  4. Cashville: Nashville native Young Buck released a very successful rap album called Straight Outta Ca$hville that has popularized the nickname among a new generation.

  5. The median income for a household in the city was $39,797, and the median income for a family was $49,317.

  6. Nashville has a humid subtropical climate with generally mild to moderately cold winters, and hot, humid summers. Monthly averages range from 36.8 °F in January to 79.1 °F in July, with a diurnal temperature variation of 17 to 23 °F. In the winter months, snowfall does occur in Nashville but is usually not heavy. Average annual snowfall is about 9 inches, falling mostly in January and February and occasionally March and December. Rainfall is typically greater in winter and spring while autumn is the driest. Spring and fall are generally pleasantly warm but prone to severe thunderstorms, which occasionally bring tornadoes.

Nashville Radio Stations:

WKFN 540 AM Clarksville, TN Sports
WNSR 560 AM Brentwood, TN Sports
WLAC 1510 AM Nashville, TN News/Talk
W271AB (WPRT) 102.1 FM Nashville, TN Top-40
WPRT 102.5 FM Pegram, TN Top-40
WBOZ 104.9 FM Woodbury, TN Gospel Music
WUBT 101.1 FM Russellville, KY Hip Hop
WRFN (LPFM) 98.9 FM Pasquo, TN Variety
WQQK 92.1 FM Goodlettsville, TN Urban Contemporary
WMOT 89.5 FM Murfreesboro, TN Jazz
WFSK 88.1 FM Nashville, TN Fisk University Smooth Jazz
WECV 89.1 FM Nashville, TN Religious
WJXA 92.9 FM Nashville, TN Adult Contemporary
W271AB (WPRT) 102.1 FM Nashville, TN Top-40
WMDB 880 AM Nashville, TN Gospel Music
WLAC 1510 AM Nashville, TN News/Talk
WVOL 1470 AM Berry Hill, TN Urban Contemporary

Yes Lord Radio -  2x Stellar Award winning Gospel Music Internet Radio station. We offer 3 channels of Gospel musics and can be heard by millions of listeners worldwide.


Demographics of Nashville, Tennessee

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The Blues in the "It" City: On the Endangered List in Nashville? Is Nashville's new "It" city status threatening its musical roots?

In Nashville's progress v. preservation debate, the home turf for blues 'n' roots master Stacy Mitchhart is at the epicenter of the battle—but change could be good news for the blues, says Mitchhart

(NASHVILLE, TN) — Nashville’s blues ambassador, Stacy Mitchhart, who headlines on one of the hottest pieces of music real estate in this newly ordained “It” city, sees a silver lining in the battle between developers and citizens who fear that the soul of Music City could be lost to “progress.”

Printers Alley and Bourbon Street
Printers Alley and Bourbon Street (courtesy of Nashville Guru)

Amid all the hype from national media, business, entertainment and lifestyle gurus touting the city as a top choice for travelers, foodies, retirees, urban hipsters, entrepreneurs, and of course, music fans, warning flags are being raised about the dangers facing Nashville, especially when it comes to preserving the sites which comprise the lifeblood of Music City. In fact, the Tennessee Preservation Trust has recently placed the entire city at the top of its list of endangered historic places.

At the forefront of this battle are some of the city’s most treasured music landmarks, among them Printers Alley. Tucked between skyscrapers, this backstreet, nicknamed “The Alley,” has served as home to legendary music venues, including the Fiddle & Steel Guitar Bar (where Rascal Flatts recently played a standing-room-only concert thanking the bar for launching the country band’s career), which will shut its doors January 1 to make way for a new boutique hotel. Printers Alley, originally home to Nashville’s printing and publishing industry, became the center of the city’s nightlife in the late nineteenth century and has housed nightclubs since the 1940s.

“I see some good news here,” says Mitchhart, who leads the line-up at Printers Alley’s world-famous Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar, next door to the Fiddle & Steel. “It’s sad to lose a great music venue like the Fiddle & Steel, but business and tourists are flocking to our city—and to Printers Alley—and that means more people will hear the blues in Nashville than ever before. And that’s a good thing.”

Mitchhart, who won the 2003 “Albert King Award” for most promising guitarist at the Blues Foundation’s International Challenge in Memphis, has been playing the historic club since 1996. The club itself has a rich past dating back to the 1950s when it was home to Boots (“Yakety Sax”) Randolph’s Carousel Club. For almost 20 years it has served as the home of the blues in Nashville and is a leading live music venue in the city. In 2000, Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar won the prestigious Blues Foundation’s “Keeping the Blues Alive” Award for Best Blues Club.

“I hear all the time about how the blues is dying," reflects Mitchhart. "Well, if we can get more folks to experience great blues like you can hear at Bourbon Street, then they are bound to become fans. If getting more people to Printers Alley means that the blues at Bourbon Street gets heard by thousands more visitors every month, that can be a very good thing. More listeners means success and where there’s success, more capital follows. Maybe more clubs will open up in Printers Alley and continue expanding the musical offerings in The Alley," says Mitchhart with optimism.

STACY MITCHHART has just released Live My Life, his 12th album, on Dr. Sam Records. This 12-song CD captures the power and joyful energy of his live performances. It’s packed with the buoyant original songwriting, playful delivery and roadhouse virtuosity that have won Stacy an international following and made him the ambassador of the Music City blues scene. His video for the original title track single, “Live My Life,” spotlights Stacy’s cigar box guitar and down-home blues with a splash of soul (video here).

Accolades for Stacy Mitchhart, a Cincinnati native, include the prestigious Albert King Award from The Blues Foundation in 2003, his 2012 induction into the Canadian Blues Hall of Fame, a first-round Grammy nomination in 2007, and multiple honors from the New York Jazz and Blues Society, the Music City Blues Society, and the Jus’ Blues Awards of Atlanta. Stacy Mitchhart continues his blues residency at Nashville’s Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar in Printers Alley, and tours nationally from that home base. His gig calendar can be accessed here. Plans are in the works for a European swing in 2015.


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- Foster is Featured Speaker at Live Free Campaign -


Nashville, TN – (April 28, 2014) - Vanderbilt Hall of Fame basketball player and former NBA star, Shan Foster, is partnering with the Live Free Campaign to bring awareness to gun violence and mass incarceration in Nashville. In association with President Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” Initiative, Foster will speak to Nashville’s leaders in media, faith, business, politics and education at a private event on Saturday, May 3rd.

“The Live Free Campaign hits home for me. Seeing family members, classmates, and teammates caught in gun violence and incarcerated -as a result- allows me to speak out from a place of experience. I’m grateful for the opportunity to be my brother’s keeper and truly make a difference.”

The PICO Lifelines to Healing campaign has organized over 3,000 local community leaders, pastors, and influencers to prevent neighborhood violence through a series of trainings that promote state and federal policies that will end mass incarcerations and gun violence in our nation.

After dedicating his life to basketball, Foster came to realize his true purpose in life is to enlighten and encourage America’s next generation. He believes he will accomplish this task through motivational speaking. “Life is more about the lessons learned on the way than actually getting to the top of the mountain. My life is more than basketball; it’s about sharing my experiences with the next generation who are striving to become great. I’m ecstatic about giving them the tools needed to get to the top of their own mountains,” says Foster.

Foster’s eagerness to mentor youth can be witnessed in his day-to-day interaction with students at Intrepid College Prep, a Nashville Charter School in Antioch, Tennessee. Foster is the Dean of Culture and teaches financial literacy. For more information about Shan Foster, please visit:

About Shan Foster
Shan Foster is a retired professional basketball player of the NBA D-League’s Bakersfield Jam. While attending Vanderbilt, Foster played Division 1 College Basketball and currently holds the record as the “All-Time Leading Scorer“ with 2011 career points. After his matriculation, he was drafted 51st in the 2008 NBA Draft to the Dallas Mavericks as the only pick that year. Foster was later afforded the chance to play basketball internationally in Italy, Belgium, and Turkey.


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Nashville, TN – July 5, 2013 -- It’s official! Bishop Joseph W. Walker, III will succeed Bishop Paul S. Morton as Presiding Bishop of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International. Morton, who will retire in 2015, founded FGBCFI 20 years ago, made the much anticipated announcement tonight in Louisville, KY among thousands of FGBCFI Conference Attendees and a world-wide television viewing audience. The appointment, which was determined by the votes of the FGBCFI Bishop’s Council, sends a powerful message of trust and respect in Walker, the 45 year old proven and successful leader.

Bishop Joseph W. Walker, III

“I’m humbled and thankful by this God ordained responsibility and opportunity. I’m so grateful for the confidence Bishop Morton and the Bishop’s Council has shown in choosing me as the next Presiding Bishop. Certainly, I am committed to the positive future of the Fellowship. I will continue to work hard each and every day to insure that the mission and vision established by our founder is fulfilled. We will remain strong, committed and undivided during this transition.”

Bishop Joseph Walker pastors one of the largest churches in the United States, Mt.Zion Baptist Church in Nashville, TN, which has grown from 175 members in 1992 to over 28,000 members today. Mt. Zion Baptist Church is one church, with three locations, offering 30+ ministries for social and economic enhancement of the Nashville community and abroad.

Named as one of the top 20 African-American Pastors in the country by, Walker sits on noteworthy national boards, including the board of the American Red Cross, and holds a Governor- appointed post on the Tennessee Human Rights Commission. The influential leader, while preaching seven services per week at Mt.Zion Church, has an international internet, television and radio ministry reaching hundreds of thousands around the world.

Bishop Walker will assume his role during a season where the church culture is wrestling with an array of challenges and negative media surrounding it. An astute, spiritual motivator, Walker has turned tragedy and hardship into triumph and testimony: in 2005, his first wife passed away due to cancer; in 2007, his home was destroyed by fire; and in 2012, a flurry of baseless and unmerited lawsuit allegations were filed against him. The adversities have tempered Walker to be a leader prepared to lead a movement. In 2009, Bishop Walker remarried; in 2009, Bishop Walker’s home was restored; and in 2012, the lawsuit allegations were dismissed 100% by the Tennessee Judiciary. As a champion of the faith, Bishop Joseph W. Walker, III continues to carry the message of love, faith and hope that has inspired the world for more than 2,000 years.

In 1992, Bishop Paul S. Morton founded the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship, a movement to lead and teach born-again Christians how to become more strongly grounded in their faith in Jesus. FGBCFI is one of the largest African American Protestant religious organizations in the United States with an estimated 2 million members. FGBCFI headquarters are located in Atlanta, GA.

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About Bishop Joseph Walker, III:
Noted as one of the most educated and influential leaders in the ministerial community, Bishop Walker, born in Shreveport, LA, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern University; a Master of Divinity degree from Vanderbilt University and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Princeton Theological Seminary, and is a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. He is the author of 8 books, including the current top selling title, “Becoming A Couple of Destiny. Bishop Walker also serves as the Bishop of Senior Pastors within the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International. Walker is married to the former Dr. Stephaine Hale. She is the Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Neonatology at Vanderbilt University and they have one beautiful daughter, Jovanni Willow Walker.

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Famous Blacks from Nashville, Tennessee

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Businesses in Nashville, Tennessee

A small percentage of the businesses listed on may not necessarily be black owned and operated but have received favorable reviews from users who have visited the establishment, or from the owners themselves who warmly seek out African American patronage.


  1. Alkebu-lan Images -  Category: Natural Woman/Hair Products -  2721 Jefferson Street Nashville, TN 37208 (615) 321-4111

  2. Anointed Hands Hair Creations -  Category: Black Hair Salons - 1201 Villa Pl. Suite 100 - Nashville, Tennessee (615) 568-2100   - (visit website)

  3. Brook Taylor's Salon & Nail Spa -  Category: Black Beauty Salons - 3041-C Dickerson Pike - Nashville TN (615) 589-8863

  4. Collanthia's Creations -  Category: Black Hair Salons - P.O Box 68441 - Nashville TN (615) 294-7516

  5. Divine Interventions Beauty Emporium -  Category: Black Beauty Salons - 327 Rural Hill Rd - Nashville TN (615) 586-0399

  6. Family Barber Shop -  Category: Barber -  7 28th Ave N. Nashville, TN (615) 340-0007

  7. G-Spot Barber & Styles -  Category: Barber -   573 Stewarts Ferry Pike, Nashville, TN 37214, (615) 883-1371

  8. Hair By Tina -  Category: Black Hair Salons - 2701 Jefferson Street - Nashville, Tennessee (615) 509-5686   - (visit website)

  9. Hairstyles by Brandi -  Category: Black Hair Salons - Valley Court Nashville TN (615) 335-5439

  10. J'Larie Natural Hairstyles -  Category: Black Hair Salons - 2605 Jones Ave - Nashville, Tennessee (615) 323-5292 - (615) 589-8863   - (visit website)

  11. Kinky Rootz Natural Hair Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons - 121 21st Avenue North - Nashville TN (615) 579-0995  - (visit website)

  12. Michael’s Barber Shop -  Category: Barber -  3931 Clarksville Pke. Nashville, TN (615) 876-0098

  13. Naturally You -  Category: Black Beauty Salons - 3926 Gallatin Road - Nashville TN (615) 485-6936

  14. Paul’s Barber Shop -  Category: Barber -  37 Lewis St. Nashville, TN (615) 726-0232

  15. Phat Cuts Barbershop -  Category: Barber -  123 Ewing Dr. Nashville, TN (615) 226-2714

  16. Platinum Cutz -  Category: Barber -   514 Gallatin Pike South Nashville, TN (615) 868-0096

  17. Quick Cuts Barbershop -  Category: Barber -   620 Gallatin Pike North Nashville, TN (615) 868-9400

  18. Right Touch Barber Shop -  Category: Barber -  1702 Jefferson St. Nashville, TN (615) 321-4585

  19. S and E Hair and Beauty Supply -  Category: Beauty Supply -  2275 Murfreesboro Pike Suit 106 Nashville, TN 37221 (615) 366-8001

  20. Sheek Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons - Trendy, Stylish, Elegant. Specializing in Extensions and Healthy hair care. Makeup and Lashes. SHEEK SALON distributes 100% virgin remy and Indian hair. Design Essential retail line and Redken products. Call or walk in for an Appointment.   - 6207 Charlotte Pike Suite B. - Nashville TN (615) 299-7737   - (visit website)

  21. Stylz Barber Shop -  Category: Barber -  1216 Wedgewood Ave. Nashville, TN (615) 292-9996

  22. The Root of You Salon and Day Spa -  Category: African American Spa -  1511 Historical Jefferson Street - Nashville, Tennessee (615) 321-2525

  23. The Shop -  Category: Barber -   5320 Nolensville Pike Nashville, TN (615) 837-4450

  24. Unity Hair & Skin Salon -  Category: Black Beauty Salons -  2711 Anderson Road - Nashville TN (615) 366-9899

  25. What a Day Salon and Spa -  Category: Black Beauty Salons - 1463 Bell Road - Nashville TN (615) 445-7966



  1. African American History Foundation of Nashville Inc -  Category: Cultural - The foundation seeks to promote, create and build a museum to serve as a repository for artifacts of local, state, national and international range representing African American culture -  6717 Centennial Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37209-1017 (615) 350-8617

  2. The African American's Total Publishing Solution Company Ethnic Image Books & More, -  Category: African American Publishers   3023 Nolensville Pike, Suite C - Nashville, TN 37211 - (615) 832-1101



  1. Alkebu-Lan Images Bookstore & Gift Shop -  Category: Book Store -  2721 Jefferson Street, Nashville, TN 37208, (615) 321-4111

  2. Carrie Gordon -  Category: Mary Kay Independent Sales Director -  The most important mile in our business walk is the ‘extra mile,’ the one called service."   - Nashville TN (615) 668-4901  - (visit website)

  3. Katherine Ross -  Category: Business Services -  AmeriPlan Independent Business Owner   - Nashville TN 37207 (404) 545-6136  - (visit website)

  4. Book World -  Category: Book Store -  499 Merrit Ave. Nashville, TN 37203, (206) 759-4680

  5. Ethnic Image Books & More -  Category: Book Store -  3023 Nolensville Pike, Suite C, Nashville, TN 37211, (615) 832-1101

  6. Fisk University -  Category: Historically Black Colleges -   1000 17th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37208-4501 (615) 329-8500   - (visit website)

  7. Home Lending Source -  Category: Real Estate -  Here at The Home Lending Source, we take great pride in the ability to offer the most complete selection of financial options available. We are a full service mortgage banker with an experienced, knowledgeable staff who will work closely with you offering you both guidance and support in recommending mortgage solutions that meet your financial situation. Please give me a call personally with any or your mortgage financial questions and concerns!   - 565 Marriott Dr. Suite #225 - Nashville TN (615) 627-4878   - (visit website)

  8. Hoskins & Company, PC -  Category: Accountants -  Nashville TN (615) 321-7333

  9. Meharry Medical College -  Category: Historically Black Colleges -  1005 Db Todd Blvd., Nashville, TN 37208 (615) 327-6111   - (visit website)

  10. Orville C. Campbell, M.D. -  Category: Internal Medicine, Nephrology -  2410 Patterson St. Suite 402, Park View Bldg. Nashville, TN 37203, (615) 322-9593

  11. Tennessee State University -  Category: Historically Black Colleges -  3500 John Merritt Blvd, Nashville, TN 37209-1561 (615) 963-5111   - (visit website)

  12. The Tennessee Tribune -  Category: African American Newspaper -   1818 Morena Street, Nashville, TN 37208 (615) 321-3268

  13. 100 Black Men of Middle Tennessee, Inc. -  Category: Community Service -   One Vantage Way, Suite E-200 Nashville, TN 37228



  1. At the Table Restaurant -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   907 12th Avenue South, Nashville, TN (615) 242-0077   - (visit website)

  2. Carolyn's Homestyle Kitchen -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants - From the Owner: "We are known for our outstanding food and services. All menu items are prepared to order and made from the freshest ingredients." -   1305 Jefferson Street, Nashville, TN (615) 329-8080   - (visit website)

  3. Monell's Dining & Catering -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   1235 6th Ave N, Nashville, TN (615) 248-4747   - (visit website)

  4. Neely’s Barbecue -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants - Great for family outings 15 minutes from any where in Nashville -   Rosa Parks Blvd, Nashville, TN (615) 251-8895   - (visit website)

  5. Sands Soul Food Diner -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants - REVIEW: "Fried bologna is cut thick with onions fried to tender sweetness." -   937 Locklayer Street, Nashville, TN (615) 742-1652

  6. Swett's Restaurant -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   2725 Clifton Avenue, Nashville, TN (615) 329-4418   - (visit website)

  7. The Pie Wagon -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   1302 Division Street, Nashville, TN (615) 256-5893   - (visit website)

  8. Xavier's Exquisite Cuisine -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants - From the Owner: "Home Cooking - Done Right!" -   3302 Nolensville Road, Nashville, TN (615) 329-8080   - (visit website)



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  1. Ame Church -  500 8th Avenue South, Nashville, TN (615) 242-1420  - (visit website)

  2. Bethel AME Church -  1300 South Street, Nashville, TN (615) 256-1509

  3. Cathedral Of Praise -  Maximize Your Potential Bishop Jerry L. Maynard, Sr. - Pastor  4300 Clarksville Pike, Nashville, TN (615) 876-8740  - (visit website)

  4. Foster Chapel Missionary Baptist Church -  Bishop Alonzo D. Hatchett, Jr., D. Min., Senior Pastor Lady Wyvonne L. Hatchett, Bishop's Executive Administrator 342 Ewing Drive, Nashville, TN 37207 (615) 262-1294

  5. House of God Church -  2717 West Heiman Street, Nashville, TN (615) 329-1625  - (visit website)

  6. Lee Chapel AME Church -  1732 Scovel Street, Nashville, TN (615) 320-0260

  7. Mount Zion Baptist Church -  1112 Jefferson Street, Nashville, TN (615) 254-7296 - (visit website)

  8. National Baptist World Center -  1700 Baptist World Center Drive, Nashville, TN (615) 228-6292  - (visit website)

  9. Nashville Life Christian Church -   15354 Old Hickory Boulevard Nashville, TN Nashville, Tennessee 37211  - (visit website)

  10. Payne Chapel AME Church -  212 Neill Avenue, Nashville, TN (615) 262-3675  - (visit website)

  11. St James Ame Church -  1501 Straightway Avenue, Nashville, TN (615) 226-2386

  12. St Paul's Ame Church -  3340 W Hamilton Ave, Nashville, TN (615) 876-7219  - (visit website)



  1. Greater St John All Choir Ministry    (view video)

  2. Volunteer State Mass Choir    (visit website)



  1. B.B. Kings Restaurant & Blues Club -  Category: Entertainment - BB King's is located on the corner of Commerce and Second Avenue. Downtown in "The District", one block west of the river and four blocks east of the Nashville Convention Center. -   152 2nd Avenue North, Nashville, TN (615) 256-2727   - (visit website)

  2. Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar -  Category: Entertainment - Nashville's premiere live entertainment venue for blues music, great Cajun American food -   220 Printers Alley , Nashville, TN (615) 242-5837 - (visit website)

  3. Limelight -  Category: Music Venues   201 Woodland St. Nashville, TN 37213 (615) 780-3099 - (reviews)



  1. Annual African Street Festival
    (September)   Held annually for over 25 years on the historic main campus of Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN.   - (visit website)

    This phenomenal, family-oriented festival has grown continuously and now attracts thousands who are interested in African and African American culture.

  2. Kinfolks Foundation's Soul Food Festival
    (July) Corporate Headquarters: Post Office Box 50123 - Midwest City, OK 73140 Tel: 405-657-1704 - Fax: 904-354-5252 - Email:   - (visit website)

    Bringing together families & friends in an outdoor social setting for a day of reunion, fellowship and live national award winning entertainment.




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