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Ah, Music City, how we love you. Nashville is the country music capital of the world, but it’s not just for premiere singer-songwriters. Although the city is well known for honky tonk and bluegrass, pop stars like Taylor Swift live there still.
With a wide variety of places to film in, Nashville is more than a town with an open mic stage for country-strong singers. The death row themed "Green Mile" was shot in and near Nashville and the hometown of the 2012 tv show “Nashville” which follows the lives of country music stars was also created here.
The city is the capital of Tennessee and a major business and economic area for the state, with a good mix of publishing, education, banking, technology, and other industries all within its borders as well. Neighborhoods like East Nashville and West End Ave are top filming spots and provide excellent backdrops for a Music City scene.
Located in the state's central region along the Cumberland River, the city's geography is hilly, and the topographical features provide outdoor recreation opportunities, waterfront fun, and exceptional scenery for filming.
Spring and fall have the best weather, but all you need is a cozy fire in winter, and there’s never a bad time of year to be in Nashville, as the nearly 700,000 residents know.
The reputation as the epicenter of country music and their associated music video is strong, but filming in Nashville destinations is very popular, and more professionals are taking advantage of them.
The companies in "Music City" are used to meeting the catering, rental, and transportation needs of a diverse set of industries and can handle anything thrown their way.
Southern comfort food meets eclectic style in this foody-friendly city. Foods that Nashville is famous for range from sweet tea to Jack Daniels whisky, and southern barbeque to fried pickles. That being said, there will be something for everyone on your filming in Nashville. Pick your caterer, order a spread, and prepare for a delightful feast.
It’s much easier to rent furniture and equipment at your location than trying to bring everything you need with you. The furniture and equipment rental companies in Nashville can help you with small requests for an audio system or some wall art, to large requests for a complete living room or street set.
The best part of arriving in a new city is hopping into a private car and staring out the window, getting to know the new location, as your driver safely delivers you to your destination. It’s a fun way to start to learn about the place and what makes it unique. The city has a large transportation infrastructure, in addition to private cars.
The filming companies in Nashville understand the movie and film industries and will do everything in their power to make your pictures successful. They can work with you from the shot to closing out your Music City filming project after the final wrap.
Any trip to the South needs to include some southern barbeque and Ambrosia Catering Company has some of the best you'll have in your life. They’ve also catered to over 500 music videos and television shows, so they truly get it. The staff at Ambrosia have hung out backstage with Tim McGraw, Dolly Parton, and others, so you know they won’t be star-struck at your filming. They will help you make it memorable with the best food you can find.
Mayker Events specializes in beauty. They provide beautiful items that set your space apart. The rental collection at Mayker includes furniture, stages, textiles like rugs, tables, and chairs. Industry professionals receive preferred pricing in their planner program.
Emerald Luxury Transportation built its business around airport transfers and expanded to include corporate transportation and personal protection. Their fleet of vehicles and trained helpful professionals will get everyone on your filming project where they need to be safely, and in style.
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Radnor Lake State Natural Area
One of the best places to see the region's unique topography is at Radnor Lake State Natural Area. The park is 1,368 acres and has a visitor center and education center. It’s a unique park because it offers a lot of wildlife viewing in an urban area. The lake trail is wheelchair accessible and the popular 7.75 miles of trails are perfect for hiking, wildlife viewing, and filming your Disney-like movie!
A famous live music hub and top tour stop, the Ryman Auditorium is a must-see for county music fans, performers, and producers alike. This historic music site has hosted numerous country music acts and filming events since it was built in 1892, including The Johnny Cash Show tv show, Neil Young, Grand Ole Opry stars Dolly Parton, Hank Williams, and Patsy Cline.
Grand Ole Opry
A visit to Nashville should include at least a stop at the Grand Ole Opry site and photos outside the building. If you have time, take in a house tour or show. The first radio broadcast was held here in 1925 and the biggest stars in country music have been wowing guests ever since.
Talented musicians and songwriters are featured prominently at the iconic Bluebird Café in Nashville. This recognizable restaurant is an excellent place to catch some candid shots, watch live music performances, and rub shoulders with some of the industry's biggest fans.
Johnny Cash Museum
Love him or hate him, there is no denying the musical genius of Johnny Cash. Think of a visit to the museum as a way to expand your musical knowledge. Johnny Cash recorded over 1,500 songs during his career and is best known for the songs “Folsom Prison Blues” and “I Walk the Line.”