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If you've ever wondered what a Dolly Parton themed resort would look like, it's your lucky day. Today, the DreamMore resort welcomed its first visitors. The location—which was announced back in August of 2013—is located on the performer's themepar...
Watch out, New York. Nashville’s coming for ya. This year, Music City promises to host the largest Fourth of July fireworks show in the country, a title previously held by the Big Apple’s impressive Macy’s broadcast. “Nashville has been on s...
"We’re definitely a touring band." Holcomb says, "And we love meeting people from all different places and hearing about their cities and the places they love. Sometimes that even makes it into our music." Read on for Holcomb's take on travel m...
“When I moved to Nashville four years ago,” says Matt Bolus, executive chef at 404 Kitchen, “there were two or three places to go. Now there are dozens—the city is just on steroids right now.” Any other Nashville connoisseur would put Bolus’ resta...
“When I moved to Nashville four years ago,” says Matt Bolus, executive chef at 404 Kitchen, “there were two or three places to go. Now there are dozens—the city is just on steroids right now.” Any other Nashville connoisseur would put Bolus’ resta...
“When I moved to Nashville four years ago,” says Matt Bolus, executive chef at 404 Kitchen, “there were two or three places to go. Now there are dozens—the city is just on steroids right now.” Any other Nashville connoisseur would put Bolus’ resta...
“When I moved to Nashville four years ago,” says Matt Bolus, executive chef at 404 Kitchen, “there were two or three places to go. Now there are dozens—the city is just on steroids right now.” Any other Nashville connoisseur would put Bolus’ resta...
“When I moved to Nashville four years ago,” says Matt Bolus, executive chef at 404 Kitchen, “there were two or three places to go. Now there are dozens—the city is just on steroids right now.” Any other Nashville connoisseur would put Bolus’ resta...
When Nashville was coined Music City in 1950, honky tonk and pop country dominated the scene. But after Bob Dylan recorded his milestone album, Blonde on Blonde, on Music Row in 1966, musicians of all genres followed suit. Over the next decade, ev...
Still haven't finished your holiday shopping? Brighten someone's Blue Christmas with a hand-drawn guide to Elvis's hometown. The Memphis Map for Elvis Fans highlights all The King's former haunts in River City, from his childhood home to where he ...
Celebrity chef Maneet Chauhan is finishing her year on a high note. In addition to regularly appearing as a judge on Food Network’s Chopped, she recently opened her debut restaurant, an Indian gastropub in Nashville’s Gulch district. Now a self-pr...
Where do the Travel + Leisure editors want to go? These three destinations are on our radar now. T+L Pick: Nashville, Tennessee Nashville, Tennessee has always been home to country music but we’re noticing the rise of exciting, enterpris...
Q: What can fans expect from I Don’t Dance? A: The new album is very dynamic. It’s diverse in that it mixes all the different types of music that I grew up listening to. I’m such a country guy at heart, and I can’t not be a country man singing ...
Here’s a Nashville story: we’re tucking in to authentic muhammara and makanek near the front entrance at Epice, a Lebanese bistro in the city’s up-and-coming Twelve South neighborhood, when the actress Hayden Panettiere—who plays the upstart young...
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