Pickled Eggs & Cold Beer
Episode 29: The Nashville Episode with Dustin Alvis
How do you introduce Nashville? It isn’t easy folks. The capital of three states pretending to be one, known far and wide as the Music City, Nashville is the delicate tendon connecting Deep Southern west Tennessee to Appalachian east Tennessee, an urban asterisk punctuating and dominating the agricultural middlelands. Nashville is the birthplace of the Goo-Goo Cluster, the nesting place of the world’s oldest radio show The Grand Ole’ Opry, and one of the great centers of the American Civil Rights Movement. It is a city of art and parks and the Parthenon, a fantastic museum and recreation of the ancient Athenian Parthenon. Nashville is a city of universities and cutting-edge medicine, professional sports, cowboys, poets, yodelers, New York-style delis and passels of ghosts.
Oh. And the beer. I almost forgot. Nashville is one of the centers of the American beer renaissance.
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