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Troubadour Roadhouse And Performance...

Knoxville, TN

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4705 Old Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN, US
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865-851-8650

Capacity: 200

Bio: The Troubadour Roadhouse and Performance Hall located at 4705 Old Kingston Pike in Knoxville, TN. Before the expansion of Kingston Pike in the 1950’s US Routes 11 and 70 passed by a popular restaurant that served road weary travelers. Operating as a destination spot outside the Knoxville city limits the Highlands Grill had good food, trinkets, postcards and even Bungalows in the back for those needing to rest overnight before they continued on their journey along what was commonly known as “Music Highway”. Many musicians and vacationers passed by this spot, stopped in for a bite to eat, and spent the night at this AAA-recommended tourist location. Located just outside the City limits the spot offered a special treat for students from the University and Locals to let their hair down, listen to live music and dance. When popular musicians of the day, Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Bill Monroe, The Everly Brothers, and The Carter Sisters, had to travel this road to get to other cities for performances they often stopped at roadside way-stations like the Highlands Grill for food and rest. The Troubadour Roadhouse and Performance Hall pays tribute to the long hours on the road for traveling musicians and vacationers by offering a place to sit and relax, grab some great food and drink and listen to live music by todays Troubadours. Stop by and sit a spell. The Troubadour Roadhouse and Performance Hall

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