• Jeremy Martin

I Thought I'd Be Famous By Now

Updated: Apr 24

Nashville was an amazing experience. If I was 20 years old again, I would live there. Filled with so much music and history, it gave me a feeling like I belonged. There's a magic in the air that anyone is free to do their own thing without fear of judgement. If you decide to go, you must visit Broadway (Downtown) and really take in the nightlife atmosphere. Do it, at least once. The Country Music Hall of Fame was an interesting experience where you could see how astounding some of these artist really are. The Grand Ole Opry was like a step back in time that was presented so well, I was inspired..... The Belle Mead plantation was interesting and creepy all at the same time while the Parthenon was a little bit mind blowing. My advice to anyone is to Uber or Lyft everywhere you go. We were able to Uber across town to the Nashville Zoo for almost nothing.

Lastly, don't forget to get your Nashville Ink!!! We got ours at Black 13, a really cool, hip, place, full of art and luxury.


https://studiob.org/

https://www.johnnycashmuseum.com/


I Thought I'd Be Famous - by Jeremy Martin

Nashville, TN. October 2019




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