Take a Tour of Alan Jackson’s New Place
June 9, 2017
With hit songs like “Chattahoochee,” “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” and “Pop A Top” it’s obvious Alan Jackson knows how to have a good time. Now the country music superstar has created the ultimate place in the heart of Nashville’s iconic lower Broadway.
Spanning three floors (plus a rooftop bar) AJ’s Good Time Bar showcases the singer’s personality and offers fans a place where they can do it all. From karaoke to catching a game, there’s a part of AJ’s Good Time Bar designed for each experience. The first floor is a Nashville-style honkytonk (think long and narrow) with a corner stage at the entrance. Jackson memorabilia hangs beneath the neon lights and fans will find themselves recognizing covers, photos and more associated with the future country music hall of famer.
The second floor is a “man cave,” with plenty of screens for watching a game. The sports theme continues with a vast display of Jackson’s jerseys from a variety of professional teams. Car buffs will love the photos of Jackson’s personal classic car collection tucked between hubcaps and license plates.
The third floor showcases Jackson’s love of fishing. You can’t miss the replica of his famed “Hullbilly” boat which now serves as a bar. Fans who are “chasin’ that neon rainbow” can take the stage and sing karaoke. Then there’s the roof, with a great view of the historic Ryman Auditorium and all the action of lower Broadway.
Check out photos below.