If You’re From Nashville, This Will Be The Most Unforgettable Thing You See Today. Hands Down.


“Wow” doesn’t even begin to cover it…

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Nashville is wicked. It’s like a proper music community, but it’s also quintessentially American. The 4th largest city in the Southeast has just about more culture, sports and educational opportunities than any other place in the south. Plus, it’s an economic hub, and has been named as the fastest growing city by major publications.

Every now and then, something comes along which makes you look at your home town in quite a different way. That’s exactly what we have here with this video of Music City by Matt Coaklay.

If you’re from Nashville, get ready to puff your chest with pride. If you haven’t been there before, this just might convince you to want to move there.

After you’re done with this video, you should click and watch this hilarious video of Californians trying out Tennessee moonshine for the first time. Their reactions are priceless!

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4 thoughts on “If You’re From Nashville, This Will Be The Most Unforgettable Thing You See Today. Hands Down.

  1. I lived in Nashville from 1964-1984. I grew up there as a child and teenager. Many of these images were not there. Nothing big was there except Vanderbilt and the Parthenon. Nashville was not exciting. I moved to Chicago. When did someone decide Nashville could be all this?? I should have invested but I was only a kid of the old Nashville!…

  2. This is a wonderful video of beautiful buildings. That’s not what makes Nashville what it is. The people that live here make this city the best place to live. The folks here from Nashville are the right kind of “beautiful” people. I hope we don’t lose that….

  3. I was born and raised in Nashville and spent a lot of time roaming the streets of downtown and the outer suburbs taking photographs and just enjoying the sights. I moved away in 1980 but always stayed in touch with friends and family and tried to return as often as possible. I still have several good friends living and working there and my brother continues to thrive and live his life in Nashville. It’s wonderful to see how the city has grown illuminated by such beautiful early AM light. Hurray for Nashville, keep up the good work. When people ask where I’m from I always say “Born and raised in Nashville” it will always seem like home to me regardless where I’m living.

  4. I have interviewed several historical Nashville figures and am preparing to show those videos to the public. I am planning to include static video shots of Nashville that I’ve taken. Is there a way I could seek permission to include segments of your beautiul drone shots in such a presentation? Thanks, John Conner

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