Around Town
With every city we visit I have to check out a local KFC. This started years ago and has been a tradition ever since. Sure, it gets me strange looks from our local hosts but you do what ya gotta do.
The first thing I noticed about Nashville in the summer is it's hot like chicken! This is definitely a frizzy-hair kinda city in July! Nevertheless, I'm excited to be in Music City to say my farewell to our syndicated radio show Top of The Charts after 15 years. I can't wait to check out the historic locations around Nashville and have my final radio sign-off on the stage at the Grand Ole Opry.
And speaking of hot chicken, I'd heard that's what Nashville is known for and it certainly lived up to the hype -- at least at Hattie B's.
I'm not much of a sports fan but I appreciate the love from the Nashville Predators and the swag that was sent over for me. What a great welcome to the city. I had no idea that my hotel was less than a five-minute walk from their arena. (But being Canadian, I'm sure I'll get in trouble for supporting an American team!)
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Staying at the Moxy hotel in the heart of Nashville is perfectly situated for visiting the hottest music venues in the city. When you head out the front door you're literally steps from thumping music, flashing lights and people having a good time. It's so refreshing to see the city come alive after that long pandemic that shutdown most of the world.
Jeremy Bradley's Top of The Charts signs off after 15 years... from Nashville.
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