Country music superstar Alan Jackson is “Keepin’ it Country” down on Lower Broadway with AJ’s Good Time Bar. Voted number one honky tonk in Nashville by Billboard Magazine, the bar carries on the tradition of the best downtown honky tonks with the kind of country music that made Nashville famous. Just steps away from the historic Ryman Auditorium and within walking distance from the Country Music Hall of Fame, this venue features three multi-faceted floors and a roof top bar with the most stunning view of the city.
Housed in the oldest building on Broadway, this historical venue was once, among other things, a civil war hospital, Nashville's first used record store, and the home of the famous Bullet Records (a record label started in 1946 to record the stars of The Grand Ole Opry). Today each floor offers a unique look into Alan’s career and personal life while featuring some of the best live country music in town, a great place to watch the game, and a stage where anyone can shine like a star when they sing karaoke. If you're heading to downtown Nashville, make sure you stop by AJ's Good Time Bar, where "all the conditions are right for a good time." Not only is this his place – it’s his kind of place.