ABC’s ‘Nashville’ films inside iconic Music City venues

ABC's 'Nashville' films inside iconic Music City venues (Image 1)
ABC's 'Nashville' films inside iconic Music City venues (Image 1)

With the premiere of ABC's much anticipated new primetime show, “Nashville” just days away, filming continues at several area iconic venues.

The show has already filmed scenes at many recognizable Nashville venues including The Blue Bird Café, the Grand Ole Opry and Ben's Studio.

The studio, now owned by Alternative-rocker Ben Folds, is now the home of a tremendous collection of pianos and keyboards.

Manger Sharon Corbitt-House told Nashville's News 2 it was a pleasant experience when the show filmed at the historic studio earlier this year.

“A lot of questions were asked,” she said. “They wanted to make sure that things were historically accurate when they talked to me about the facility and to that I'm grateful.”

Corbitt-House said she hopes viewers will come away with a glimpse of what life is like when trying to make it in Music City.

“Even though it is a drama series, I hope that people walk away feeling as if they are getting a behind the scenes glimpse with what it is we deal with or how our lives are everyday on Music Row,” she said.

“Nashville” premieres Wednesday at 9 p.m., on Nashville's News 2.

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