You Ought To Know Nashville: The Station Inn and Stone FoxPosted on Aug 12, 2013 | 2 comments
We started our day off with JT Gray who owns The Station Inn. Gray is quite the fascinating man, with interesting and candid stories about his music career, and tales about the legendary venue dating from ’74 to present. I love how The Station Inn is filled with meaningful pieces like famous/unassuming bus seats that adorn the venue’s wall, to Hatch Show posters, and tongue in cheek stickers. Let’s just say, first step in the door, you’re literally breathing in decades of music history.
From the Gulch, we set sight on 51st Avenue North. The Stone Fox pretty much shot to fame the first day they opened, and for good reason. Let’s just say, co-owners (and brother-sister duo) Elise and Wiliam Tyler have top notch taste in music, a refined palate and most importantly, know how to throw a good party. That and so much more has pretty much sealed the deal on this young venue’s longevity.