Entertainment in the 1990's
Summer Lights an annual event in downtown Nashville that featured local and international artists
including: Tammy Wynette, Diamond Rio, Donna Summer, Clifford Curry, Kim Carnes, Web Wilder
and many more artists over the years.
Summer Lights ended. Nashville River Stages took it's place
Tennessee 200 Bicentennial Celebration 1976-1996
June 1, 1996 The opening of Nashville's
"Tennessee Bicentennial Capital Mall"
Celebration of the Centuries.
A live musical tribute to Tennessee featuring artists:
Chet Atkins , Carl Perkins , Pat Boone , Vince Gill , Amy Grant, Isaac
Hayes , Brenda Lee , Micheal W. Smith, & Vice President Al Gore.
Hosted by the late John Ritter from Three's Company & 8 Simple Rules
1980's:The old Country Music Hall Of Fame and
Museum it was torn down and replaced with a
new Hall Of Fame, in downtown Nashville
1990's: The Music Row area. This was at a time when the
economy, Nashville tourism & country music were booming.
This area has changed since, with many area renovations
Home
First American Music Center in Nashville, just one of the many names that Starwood Amphitheatre
has had over the years since opening in the 1980's. The name returned to Starwood once again in 2004
UPDATE: STARWOOD CLOSED DOWN IN 2007
Downtown Nashville in the 1990's
1990's: Former
Nashville news reporter
Oprah Winfrey and
Donald Duck at a
charity softball event
in Nashville.