Experience a Rare Screening of Marty Robbins’ Spotlight in Nashville

While planning your vacation in Nashville, you are sure to find many country music attractions that will educate you on the city’s rich musical roots, and you can learn about country music legends at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s film screening of Marty Robbins’ Spotlight on March 27th. This film from 1977 features Marty Robbins in conversation and performance with special guests Hank Williams Jr. and Johnny Paycheck. This great film highlights some of the best parts of the Marty Robbins’ Spotlight television series that aired in 1977. This rare screening is sure to be a great addition to your Nashville vacation!

 

During your vacation in Nashville, you can enjoy admission to a variety of exciting area attractions for one low price by purchasing an All About Nashville Pass. Your pass will include a one hour Nashville Trolley Tour, the Nashville Unpublished Walking Tour and Admission to the Country Music Hall of Fame. These exciting activities will provide you with hours of fun and chances to visit important landmarks like the Ryman Auditorium, the Parthenon and Music Row. If you want to see most popular attractions in Nashville, then be sure to purchase an All About Nashville Pass for your vacation.

 

If you are interested in visiting some of the historical attraction in Nashville, then plan to visit The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson during your vacation. This sprawling estate has been preserved as both a historic landmark and a museum. The property includes the mansion, the plantation, slave quarters, and several gardens. President Jackson himself is buried along with his wife in the garden that the President designed for her. This incredible estate is something you definitely won’t want to miss during your visit to the Nashville area.

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