Tennessee Music Pathways stretches across all 95 counties and connects visitors to musical points of interest through an online travel-planning experience. Hundreds of landmarks and attractions are featured from across seven music genres – blues, bluegrass, country, gospel, soul, rockabilly and rock ‘n’ roll – that call Tennessee home.
More than 500 possible locations for markers have been identified including birthplaces, resting places, hometowns, high schools, churches and locations of first-known recordings or performances of the pioneers and legends influenced and shaped by Tennessee. Visitors can curate their own paths based on music interests through an interactive guide at www.tnmusicpathways.com. Get your Music Passport and have it stamped to win souvenirs.
The Clayton Centre for the Arts is proud to be a designated stop on the Tennessee Music Pathways. Visit our site on TN Vacation to learn more about the Pathways and plan your visit. https://www.tnvacation.com/local/maryville-clayton-center-arts
The Clayton Center for the Arts was honored to be one of the stops for Ken Burns film series “Country Music” preview in 2019.