I was there over this past weekend on a very busy Saturday night. The man working the store had so much knowledge and answered all of our questions! Walked in the store many time but this time having see the Loretta Lynn stage area and the man telling us all the history was the best visit by far. Thanks again will definitely be back!
Was there Aug 4, 2018 and was greeted by a middle aged man who had sooooo much knowledge on the history of the store, and of country music artists from long ago . . . . I soooo appreciated his knowledge and insight, I just wish he and I could have talked some more, but he had other customets to tend to. Will definately be back to see him and talk some more. They have a pretty good music selection on obscure country music artists as well. Highly suggest anyone taking a peek, as its been around since the late 40's.
I was a little bit disappointed, to be honest. The range of music was good and it's an iconic shop but I guess it's a different market now with internet and the declining importance of a good record store.
Cool little shop in the middle of the chaos of Broadway. Bunch of history to boot. Can't miss stop in Nashville.
This store was listed as permanently closed, but it IS OPEN at least as of December 2017. Awesome store!!! Some vinyl, but mostly CDs. BUT, huge history here. Original location, all wood floor and metal ceiling, and decorated with amazing pictures and posters. Some portraits, some postcards, most signed by the artists! Highly recommend to go and see it. Got some help from a lady who has worked there for 18 years, very knowledgeable, super helpful. The only reason I'm giving them only 4 stars is that more vinyl would be good to see. Amazing history, highly recommend going! It