Music City Walk of Fame

This week we are gonna take a trip back downtown Nashville to a place I discovered by pure accident. While scanning through some sites on Nashville I discovered that we have our own Walk of Fame. So I decided I would take you their this week. The Walk of Fame is a landmark in Nashville. This landmark is located on Nahsville's Music Mile right between the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the Hilton Hotel, Bridgestone Arena & Martha Rivers Ingram Courtyard on 4th Ave S.

The Walk of Fame is a tribute to all genre's of music who have contributed to the world through song. You can also have other industry collaborations & have made a significant contribution to the music industry with connection to the Music City and be honored on the Walk of Fame.

Gibson Guitar is the founding sponsors of the Music City Walk of Fame. The Nashville Music Garden is located in the Walk of Fame Park.

This is the gardens that face Demonbreun St.

This is the part of the gardens that face 4th Ave S.

The inductees are honored at a special ceremoney with a permanent platinum & granite star & guitar sidewalk marker.

This is the Walk of Fame.

Reba McEntire was in the first group of artist to have a star on the Walk of Fame.

The Music City Walk of Fame was created in the fall of 2006 and now has 61 stars on the walk. Kings of Leon was the last to be placed on the Walk.

Here is the website if you would like to read more about the Music City Walk of Fame Park and who has been inducted onto the Walk.

Make sure to check back next week to see where our journey around Nashville takes us.

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