This is from a walk on an early Saturday morning before the city came to life. Nashville goes to bed in the middle hours of the morning, the music scene runs until 3am. I walked the few blocks over to Music Row to see it fresh in the crisp morning air, untethered from any business that went on the week before. I guess I was surprised to see it as such a small neighborhood. Home to McGhee and Curb and all those original studio locations where Patsy Cline, Elvis and Johnny Cash cut records. If you didn’t know of that history, it would otherwise just be a small town neighborhood with signs for Richard Branson’s new hotel being built at the start of it.

I didn’t aim for art here, just documenting my day and giving friends a look at what walking Music Row on a Saturday morning might look like if they do it. Enjoy.