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Get A New Look Into Nashville With "Everything Nash"

With so many things always happening and changing in Nashville, it's always good to have every back up plan for all the info you need to maneuver around the city. Veteran journalist Gayle Thompson has launched such a site appropriately named, "Everything Nash."

This new place to go is an informative site that features the best of Nashville and beyond. It gives you the most current options for dining, live music, art, sports, recreation, lodging, newsmakers and more will be geared toward both visitors and locals alike. In-depth stories behind the music, the restaurants, various industries and the area’s business leaders highlight how Nashville became and sustains the “it” city moniker.

Gayle Thompson's first interview was Carrie Underwood in 2005, and she's never looked back since then. Writing for The Boot, Country Weekly, Prevention and various other outlets, before spending more than two years at, she's always been driven by a passion to tell people's stories in the way they would want them told. Interviewing literally hundreds of artists and celebrities, including Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Kathie Lee Gifford, Miranda Lambert, Kiefer Sutherland, Reba McEntire and so many more, there's always another layer to uncover, another aspect of someone's story that has yet to be told.

"It's been a dream of mine for a long, long time to have a website that showcases everything I love about Nashville, including the people, places to see, and our amazing entertainment and food scene,” said Gayle, owner and editor-in-chief of the new outlet. “My favorite thing to do is to tell people's stories, and I created and launched Everything Nash to do just that: tell people's stories in a way that is respectful and uplifting, and tells them in a way that they would want them to be told. My goal and my dream is that "Everything Nash" will shed a bright light on why so many people, like myself, have fallen in love with Nashville."

With this new avenue to everything you need, you can cover plenty of ground and always find things to do and see. So add "Everything Nash" to your list of favorites right here and enjoy Nashville.


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