Music Row History

The place for the biggest country music fans, browse and enjoy numerous souvenir and memorabilia shops and museums devoted to music and musicians, also many memorials and plaques dedicated artists associated with country music.

Nashville Music Row is the home of all things Country music. The ‘Music City’ as it is called lays claim to more Country music stars per capita than any other place on earth. Nashville has been known as Music Row since the 1940s. The area is home to around 500 music-related businesses, including “Publishers Row”, which is a concentration of music publishers, located on 16th and 17th Avenues South.

Epic Grandeur
Learn the story of the two of the most famous streets in America Music Row. See famous recording studios like RCA Studio A and B, Owen Bradley’s Quonset Hut and Garth Brooks studio and other famous Music Row building. Learn about the famous songs written there, recordings and record labels and organizations which call Music Row home. Hear the stories of legendary producers Owen Bradley and Chet Atkins and how they created the “Nashville Sound” in the 1960’s.

Private tours may be booked for a maximum of 10 guests and are 2 hours in duration. More time and guests may be requested for an additional fee.