Video Tag - Nashville History On Tour

Celebrating John Lewis
This weekend Nashville honors one of its most historically significant adopted sons. A large portion of 5th Avenue downtown will become John Lewis Way named in honor of late Georgia Congressman and Civil Rights [...]
Lunch & Learn: The Tennessee Centennial Exposition
In conjunction with an exhibit at the Parthenon Museum on the Tennessee Centennial Exposition, the State Museum welcomes attorney David Ewing, a well-known local historian, collector, and blogger. Recognized for his [...]
The History of the Ryman Auditorium
David Ewing talked about his book, The History of the Ryman Auditorium, detailing how that Nashville venue became a place for civil rights events, political rallies, and the former home of the Grand Ole Opry.
What is Juneteenth?
A recent Gallup survey found that 60 percent of its respondents had little to no idea what Juneteenth was. David Ewing, a local historian, joins Chris Davis on OpenLine to give some background on the new federal holiday.
Tennessee Voices: A conversation with David Ewing
David Ewing, founder and proprietor of Nashville History on Tour, spoke with Tennessean opinion and engagement director David Plazas.
5,000 Amazon jobs for Nashville
See why Amazon picked 'Music City' as the home for our new Operations Center of Excellence.
The role that Nashville played in the Negro League
As we continue our celebration of Black History month, we take a closer look at Nashville and the role the city played with the Negro League. Nashville has a rich tradition when it comes to those players who were [...]