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The Musician's Hall of Fame and Museum is currently Closed to tours to make way for the new convention center. The Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum focuses on and showcases the actual musicians and session players that have played with some of the major music artists in history. The Musicians Hall from tnvacation.com
The Musicians hall of Fame is a MUST SEE when you are in Nashville TN!! When I first walked in I was shocked of how beautiful the entrance room was. It was a room I could... from citysearch.com
"Loved it!": What's to say...I loved it!(5 stars by HarryJ on April 3, 2009) from metromix.com
Tacky By asorsoleil79 January 27, 2010 I thought that the wax statues were not good...tacky and cheap. I have never been to any othe from go.com
The Musicians Hall Of Fame And Museum is the one and only museum in the world that honors the talented musicians who actually played on the greatest recordings of all time. Some like Jimi Hendrix are well known, while others like L.A session drummer Hal Blaine are not as well known to the public, b from famplosion.com
The Museum of African American Music, Art & Culture will stand as an international iconic cultural center dedicated to the contributions of African American music, art and culture. The 55,000 square foot state-of-the Museum will feature 16,000 square feet of permanent and temporary exhibits highlig from museumstuff.com
Ever wanted to know what Hank Williams really looked like? Your kids will probably spend most of the time checking out Chuck Berry's cool and Loretta Lynne's flounces, but parents will have fun admiring the likeness of their favorite country music stars from earlier eras. from go.com
Punk and hardcore aficionados in Nashville set up shop here, a small club and coffee shop that's happy to accommodate all that is loud and energetic.... from metromix.com
The golden days of Country Music and its stars live on at the Music Valley Wax Museum. True legends immortalized from mytravelguide.com