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Re: “Commodore Lounge

Who is playing with Chester? If we knew, it might encourage us to come out.

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Posted by PhiberOptik on 09/20/2011 at 3:16 PM

Re: “The End

Blown away by PLANET INK this past Friday, 2 September. Dynamic, non stop action, solid vocals by all three of them, crazy rifs, beat the hell out drums and the bass is off the chain. Sounds like way more than three people on stage. Can't wait to get them back in Nashville.

Posted by don bowling on 09/08/2011 at 2:51 PM

Re: “Ms. Kellis Karaoke Bar

You have to go on thursday, friday, or saturday to see how many BEAUTIFUL LADYS
there are in Nashville. This is a hot place for Chicks. Some of them sound Damn HOT
when there singing on stage. There was this Blonde Karaoke DJ that had a Voice. She
made you not want to sing just to listen to another song from her. Run dont walk to this Bar! Always a good time.

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Posted by mikelogan on 09/07/2011 at 11:22 PM

Re: “Ms. Kellis Karaoke Bar

I can say, I have had a GREAT time at Ms.Kelli's sence I have been in town. Every time I go in they treat me like Family and that by it self is Better than any other bar in town. The Bar Manager Sherri told me they have a saying. Enter a customer, leave a
Friend. It seems to be true. So many of the bars on Broadway or second are nothing but a tourest trap. They see nothing but new people every day. Its all about Money. I
know everyone is in business to make money, but I want to be at a bar that wants me
to be there. The patrons of this place are friendly, and enjoy having a good time. How
much more could you want

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Posted by johncarr on 09/07/2011 at 9:10 PM

Re: “Ms. Kellis Karaoke Bar

Your right about your Ideas. This Bar is on its way to the Top in the local Naghville Karaoke Dj Bars.

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Posted by Ak9 on 09/06/2011 at 3:32 PM

Re: “Ms. Kellis Karaoke Bar

Now that I have time to write a proper review, { Not drinking and dancing and whoping an holloring } I can tell
you two things. The Owners Spent a Ton re-doing the Sound System. So Sweet it Sounds. They also fixed the Bar! The other thing I noticed is eather Im getting older or
the Bartenders are Getting Younger an Cuter! Go Check it
out and youll see what I mean. Ps. Watch out for the Jellow
Shots! One or Two and youll be feeling Mighty Fine. Four or
Five an you'll be Dancing on the Bar. There Cheap, but NOT
Weak. You will find me there Wed, Thurs, Fri and Saturday.
Just look for the Guy having all the Fun Dancing an Singing
Karaoke

3 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by johncarr on 09/06/2011 at 1:42 PM

Re: “Ms. Kellis Karaoke Bar

What a Great place to go. 10 times more fun than Lonnies. Flat Out, Better Bar,Better
Karaoke, Better Bartenders. What else do you Need? Dont have time to write any more
as a Cute Lady Wants to Dance!!!!!!!

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by johncarr on 09/05/2011 at 1:14 AM

Re: “Jackson's Bar And Bistro

Ashley's review is probably BS. What's more likely is that Ashley doesn't realize that when you pay your bill with a credit card, they preauthorize for the amount on the check before tip is added. When you add your tip it doesn't show up until the transaction settles with the bank a day or two or three later. They probably didn't call her back because they looked at the receipt and saw that both times they charged for exactly the amount she signed for. In addition, Ashley is probably mildly retarded.

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Posted by Dave on 09/02/2011 at 5:35 PM

Re: “Starlite Club

I played in the band with Clyde Austin (Bass and singer) and his brother George Austin the drummer in 1957..We played sometimes 6 nights a week and the place rocked then. I was the tenor sax player (Reed Harrod)...Sis was a wonderful lady to work for and our band had a terrific stay there.....It is awesome that the Club is still going strong into the 21st Century...

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Posted by Reed Harrod on 08/26/2011 at 7:53 PM

Re: “Nashville Center Stage

Check out the new website at http://centerstagenashville.com

Posted by CenterStageNashville on 08/26/2011 at 3:26 PM

Re: “Lipscomb University, Ward Auditorium

I am so sorry American taxpayers had to pay millions and millions of dollars to have a sculpture of MARTIN LUTHER KING sculpted by a CHINESE SCULPTOR in China.

What has China ever done for MLK or his dream?

We Americans must try harder to keep AMERICAN Artists in America FIRST when it comes to doing work of this size.

Tony Tasset is so talented and inovative I believe he would have been a great choice for this work.

Posted by J. C. Wolf on 08/26/2011 at 11:23 AM

Re: “Metro Arts Gallery

Great venue for the thriving Mid-Tenn Arts Scene!
'Nueva Vida, Nueva Trabajo' especially engaging on every level--great colors, styles, textures. Very diverse presentation, highly recommended: * * * * *---at least.

Posted by Davideo on 08/19/2011 at 2:06 PM

Re: “Pond

The best place to hang w/ friends on the weekend. You never know whats going to happen:)

Posted by Robin Johnson on 08/13/2011 at 7:26 PM

Re: “Tommy's Country Playhouse

great place to visit. Hi Tommy wanted to let you know Roger passed away its really been ruff seem to be losing hole family. How are you and your hope you get this.E Mail jnutter47@yahoo.com

Posted by janet nutter on 08/12/2011 at 8:09 PM

Re: “The Station Inn

Jesse McReynolds & Friends tonight at the world famous Station Inn doing a tribute to the late great Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead (in honor of the legendary musician's birthday on August 1st). This show will be a mix of bluegrass, folk, and rock. Jesse will be rockin' out with Steve Thomas on guitar and fiddle, Sean on the brushes, Marty on bass, and Rod on guitar. A special surprise for the first 10 arriving at the ticket door. For more info on Jesse's latest and greatest release, "Jesse & Friends: A Tribute to Jerry Garcia & Robert Hunter ~ Songs of the Grateful Dead", see his Facebook page on the project or visit www.jimandjesse.com .

Posted by somewheredownsouth on 08/04/2011 at 9:48 AM

Re: “Saffire

Really nice retro place with carefully prepared yummy appetizers. Beautiful giant restored bar with private "blue garage" area for private parties. Love the color and feel of this hip bar/dining retreat nestled in the lovely Franklin Factory. A little pricey, but keeps it upscale.

Posted by AlaTn on 07/24/2011 at 12:07 PM

Re: “Bunganut Pig, Franklin

Wonderful long loved bar, a favorite with locals. Right near the heart of downtown Franklin. Terrific music, great outdoor patio with two indoor eating areas (top floor totally bar complete with pool table). Really good food at fantastic prices. Fried Pickles are amazing!!

Posted by AlaTn on 07/24/2011 at 12:00 PM

Re: “Nashville Public Library

Shakespeare Allowed is the best free thing in Nashville. It blows me away every time.

Posted by Barbara Please on 07/08/2011 at 6:50 PM

Re: “Loud House Coffee

how is the jam? i dabble with the banjo scruggs style and would like to start playing in some jams.

Posted by drucee10 on 07/07/2011 at 9:35 PM

Re: “Flyte World Dining & Wine

For appetizers we had the Charcuterie platter w/duck prosciutto, mortadella, country pâté and cheese platter. Both of which were excellent. There was a wide variety of meats and cheeses. I think 5 of each in just the right proportions; each very unique and tasty. A great way to start off the meal, especially with wine.
The grilled octopus pesto sauce was the best I’ve ever had, and I’ve had a lot of bad octopus. It was tender (really) and so mild, yet tasty. It was a simple dish that highlighted the octopus; rather than buries it. I think it may have been smoked lightly – just plain wonderful. The Georgia shrimp w/leek fondue, spring peas, ramps, citrus was absolutely delicious. I could have eaten a bowl of the warm leek fondue and ramps. The pea puree burst of spring and made the dish rise to another level. The BBQ pork sliders on sweet potato biscuits were a disappointment. The biscuits were dry and there was the classic mistake that many non-Southern chefs make with BBQ – sauce should be used sparingly (not drenched) because BBQed meat is great by itself. The venison w/ mushrooms, spaghetti squash, and parsnips was excellent. Cooked perfectly to a medium rare, tender and flavorful.

The wine selection is superb. They know their wines and are happy to share their knowledge no matter how much or little you know about wine.
Wait staff and bartender are friendly and superb. Not only do they know the menu, they know the wines to pair with your choices. They are engaging - they listen to your preferences and ask questions before making suggestions. They are attentive and responsive with the littlest request such as a little more pesto to finish off the grilled octopus.
The ambience is simple elegance. The bar and dining area are far enough apart not to interfere with each other. It is a quiet, romantic and lovely restaurant.

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Posted by Bridget on 06/24/2011 at 10:07 PM

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