Years ago Country Music legend Ernest Tubb began a radio show for aspiring musicians called the Midnight Jamboree. Elvis Presley performed on the show, as did Loretta Lynn. The shop sells an extensive collection of CD's and cassettes, but the real fun is at night, when up and coming country artists perform. Midnight Jamboree broadcasts live from the Texas Troubadour Theatre, attached to the Record Shop. The show is free and is broadcast on WSM-AM 650 after the Grand Ole Opry show. No booking necessary.
2416 Music Valley Drive, Nashville, TN
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