On April 9th, 1969 Bob Dylan released Nashville Skyline, not only one of his best-selling albums but an aside from his typical work and an easing away from his duty as a societal watchdog in an especially turbulent time in American history. Dylan’s time spent recording here ushered in a new wave of creative elements that would carve a path for the city’s pulsing energy that remains today. Nashville has spent the last 50 years harboring creatives and nurturing their craft and the city continues to garner attention for doing so. Infinitely accessible and even friendlier, the city has always propped up revolutionaries, creatives, artists and folks looking to make a name for themselves.
“You're not going to find a city more accommodating, authentic, and accessible than Nashville. We have plenty of rooms, state-of-the-art convention center, music scene that is second to none, rockstar chefs, and so much more to offer the perfect collaboration of business and pleasure.”
- Nashville CVC