Whether it's for the music, food, shopping or history - Nashville is the place to be this summer
East Nashville has become THE place to live in the city. Between the shopping, food or catching an Indie rocker at a club, it's the place to be. "Like every other person serving you coffee or a beer is a musician," said Musician, Shane Tutmarc.
If you're looking for a hip place to stay in Nashville, Hotel Preston will make you feel right at home.
Hotel Preston might be hip, but it's still full of good old-fashioned hospitality.
Although Nashville has always been known as the country capital of the world, it's gaining traction on another name - Nashvegas. The nightlife is a celebration of music, culture, food and good company.
Nashville's signature dish happens to be Hot Chicken. Saint risks burning his mouth with a familiar face from Duvall, Nashville songwriter, Austin Jenckes.
History is one of the most important things to experience while in Nashville. The Grand Ole Opry has hosted musicians such as Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Dolly Parton and even Elvis Presley.
Laura Leigh Robertson took us behind the scenes of the show that made country music famous. "We are standing here at the member gallery. This is all the members of the Grand Ole Opry in chronological order," said Robertson.
Saint spent one week in Nashville and came home a star. He met up with Seattle-based producer, Kevin Veatch, and recorded a song Saint wrote called, "Flowers on the Windowsill."
Draper James is a Nashville favorite owned by the local movie star, Reese Witherspoon. The store is supposedly modeled to look like her home.
Every customer receives a sweet southern welcome in the form of sweetened ice tea.
In Nashville, it is almost a given you will run into a musician and we did. We found singer/songwriter Brandy Clark of Morton, Washington. She sings about spunky women and trying to survive life in a small town.