1120 Bowling Green Rd.
Russellville, KY 42276
Phone: (270) 725-9771
Fax: (270) 725-9772
1120 Bowling Green Rd., Russellville, KY, US, 42276
- Phone: (270) 725-9771
- Fax: (270) 725-9772
The New Latin House at Clarksville is hosted & music by DJ Joey D & DJ Eckolatino spinning the best Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Reggaeton, with a twist of the Top 40s, Hip Hop, House, Trance, Techno and more. Enjoy the live music experience from Nashville by Grupo Melao. No caps allowed.
In 1974, a little country grocery store was the site of a weekly jam session. Musicians would come from miles around to "pick a little" on the guitar and sing favorite tunes. The Jam Session evolved into what is now a favorite family-style restaurant. Tresa Street and her band performs on Friday nights and Bob Payne and his band perform on Saturday nights. You can be the first to listen to upcoming new talent on Tuesday nights since the microphone is open to amateurs. No alcohol served and smoking is prohibited, but bring your appetite. The pork barbecue and chicken are some of the best around. Long Hollow Jamboree & Restaurant is only 11 miles north of Nashville.
The Paradise Restaurant and Lounge is an excellent restaurant and nightclub located in the city of Nashville. The place has an amazing ambience and the DJs here spin R&B, Funk and Old School hits. Party poppers frequent this place and you can catch a decent crowd almost everyday. This place specializes in serving American cuisine, and the Paradise Wings and New York Strip with potatoes is an absolute must try here. The lounge also has an interesting list of drinks to choose from.
King Of Clubs is truly the 'King' when it comes to clubs. No one can hold ground more than the King. More like an entertainment center in one, this place accommodates two clubs, a restaurant, a VIP room for the princely, a game room, an outdoor patio and a event venue that can hold around 2000 people. Weekly themed days, fabulous DJ's and awesome events keep the crowd entertained and coming back for more.
John Henry's is filled with remnants of Southern Jazz and fine tasting food. The menu features a number of chicken, steak and seafood entrees and to wash these down you have a wide choice of wines from the bar overlooking the dance floor. There are movie screen projectors for entertainment and dining here is a delight as one feels welcome and at home with the great service. Always being greeted and treated with a smile is a specialty at Henry's. Themed nights and jazz performances add an additional spark to the ambiance.
Everyone has seen a place like this on television before. It is the stereotypical country bar: loud music, cold beer and barely enough room to stand. And it is absolutely wonderful! Fiddle and Steel features live country music every night at 7 pm, and the bartenders keep the brew flowing all night long. The wait staff is friendly, and the service is good. It is a cash only bar, hand no food is served here. This place is all about the music.
Lonnie's Western Room is a tiny joint with an enormous amount of country music memorabilia and dozens of autographed photos. Folks line up to express their devotion to their favorite country music artists. You see, the only live music here is provided by the patrons themselves. A small stage, a loud Karaoke system and "Garth Brooks style" headset microphones provide the perfect setting for the wannabe superstar to croon the latest hits. The weekend crowd is healthy, the beer is cold, and there is never a cover charge.
Oak-wood paneling, elegant flooring complementing the plush leather chairs and high-raised wooden tables. Reflecting the charm of a traditional English coffee house, the oak bar at Hermitage Hotel casts its distinctive magic on its diners. This place is perfect to have light conversation with delightful 'Hot Pepper Relish', 'Crispy Fried Carolina Quail', Oysters', irresistible 'Malt Chocolate Milkshake' or the finest of wines to choose from. Our curious music lovers would be more than delighted to know the significance of this classy bar in the history of Francis Craig Orchestra. Awarded as 'the best bar in Nashville", this bar undoubtedly proves its worth on every occasion. This place is open everyday from 11:30 a.m onwards and on Sundays from Noon.
If you like the blues then you have to head to this place. The B.B. King's Blues Club is one of the best places to enjoy a night of good blues with some awesome bands like The B.B. King's House Rockers, The B.B. King's Soul Brigade, Burning Las Vegas, and The Soul Searchers. Even if you are not into the blues thing but are a complete foodie, come here for a taste of Southern Cuisine. There is something for everyone with well-marbled New York strip to fried catfish. Your visit would be incomplete without trying the impressive drinks on the bar menu. The B.B. King's Blues Club can put together a customized special package for you if interested in hosting an event here.
Greasy pub meals, lots of soda and beer, and an ambiance that looks quite mysterious with its smoky edge. If you like the sound of that, and you are the impulsive, not so choosy sort, who really doesn't care about the music as long as its live, then you need to head straight for the Moeka Lounge. Please note: This is not the ideal place to bring your date, but it can be the perfect place to chill out with your buddies, especially if you are looking for a place that doesn't really care if you dress nice our not. The Moeka Lounge does charge you a little more than the shop rates for drinks, so yes, make sure you don't budget yourself on the normal suburban store rates when you decide to visit. Call for additional information.
This is "the" place to kick your spurs up in Music City. The dance floor is the largest in Nashville, and the music and dancing are virtually nonstop. If showing off your moves makes you hungry, the kitchen offers a full lunch and dinner menu and the bar serves up frosty mugs of your favorite imported and domestic brews. This place is perfect for a night out with friends, a birthday party or for "boot-scootin'" with your sweetheart.
Unlike many downtown music venues, Windows On The Cumberland has character and atmosphere. Tall windows line the wood-paneled walls and actually do overlook the Cumberland River. The narrow room features a small stage and a small balcony. The tables are normally pushed to the walls to make room for dancing, and there's plenty of reason to dance. A local band kicks off the show every night at five with an "unplugged" set, followed by the nightly headliner. Saturday night is old-time country night and Sundays feature the sounds of the islands with reggae bands. Come in and enjoy a brew, listen to some tunes and dance the night away. No cover charge.