152 Second Ave N, Nashville, TN | Directions 3720136.163458 -86.776201
Bouncer Get a Life! – First time there with the family..Had a great time...It was a Thursday..the food was excellent...fried pickles and sweet potato puffs were to die for...the only thing that left a bad taste in my mouth was the bouncer..He rushed out out the door around midnight n had a smart comment to say as he passed our table...mind you the club doesnt close til 1:00am on Thursdays...I say to the bouncer do your job...quit whining...If you hate ur job then find something else...because your making the club look bad...other than that...It's a must Go!
BB KINGS???? THE VERY BEST!!!!, ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC!!! – HOWDY!!!
BBKings? The very best that nashville has to offer!!!
If you wanna treat yourself like a king then thats the place to be!!!
Its really a great gift from heaven and a true blessing to be there on a friday night!!!
The band is fantastic!!!, The food is delicious!!!, The place is majestic!!! And the girls wild and hot!!! What else can a man ask for???
I would recomend a long island tea and the 12 oz. USDA BOURBON GLAZED RIBEYE 28
Hand cut to our specifications, this is the juiciest and most flavorful of all steaks. Fire-grilled with brown sugar bourbon
glaze and well marbled for peak flavor. Served with garlic mashed potatoes and green beans
Spectacular Food – Ive had just about everything on the menu twice. It is all very good. I cant stay away from this place.
carlo martini – The Story of The Italian Country Singer
Carlo Martini was born in SanRemo Italy located on the "Italian Riviera". In 1954 at the age of two, with his Family
went on his first Journey with the "Andrea Doria" Italian Ship Liner to America. Visiting Relatives in N.J.
His Father was born in Apricale, a small village in the hills, farmer & Mason by Trade. Carlo Ancestors was 'Giovanni Martini (John Martin) last Messager of Ct. Custer.
His mother was born in Calabria she was a Seamstress and Housewife.
At the age of 8 Carlo started singing and participated on the National Italian talent show for children called the "Zechino Doro "Winning 2nd prize. Carlo became active in his church "chorus choir". He always Attend the local Cinema to see his favorite films like: / westerns ,(Hercules , Bond films. Disney Films... He began his dream of been a Star continue to sing and appeared on several talent shows. In the early 60s had the opportunity to participated as Extras in Film of "Hercules".in Cinecitta studios in Rome.
Carlo and his family moved in the States in 1966 settled in N.J. Attended middle school in English-town - James-burg Elementary J.F. Kennedy school.
During His High School days in 70 at South River High School Carlo appeared on the 'Albert talent showcase' in Philadelphia ,
the' Garden State Expo' talent search , the 'Ted Mack amateur hour'. In 1971 he became member & fan of Magic of
ring 200 Brotherhood of Magicians was known as the' singing magician'"David Copperfield " was also member of ring 200 And world Celebrity.
Carlo sanged and perfomed Magick in 1972 on CBS on the 'John B. Tucker show' as " Singing magician" .Graduated High School in 1973 at 'South River High.' In SEPT 73 moved to the East coast of Florida where he continued his Education at College and kept singing throughout Florida and the east coast making appearances on Television, Radio, and opening for concerts. devoted much of his time for Children Charities. In Nashville recorded his first 45 single in 74 written by Don King in the was aired played on several radio Station in the States.
open for several Celebrity such as : Mel Tillis , Sammy Davis Jr, Ernest Tub, Johnny Cash, Jimmy Dickens. Marty Stuart , Roy Clark, and many others.... Traveled with the Classic IV band In the early 80s appeared on the "Nashville Now' " Ralph Emery Show" Wrap Around Nashville" Future Story as Nashville first "Italian Country Singer " seen on TN Nashville Country Television. .
Carlo wrote Songs, sang on the ' Ernest Tub Theater', 'Jamboree"live Country Radio show with Marty Stuart. His Invited to return in Nashville at the Show.
Performed on stage with " Phillis Dill er Show " in La's Vegas "in the early 80s. .Carlo Wrote script for TV show "Chico and the Man' " In the late 70s in California.
Carlo Country Cd's is coming out in August original songs .
Don't go for food/sevice. Good house band. – Don't go for the food or service. Food and alcohol are way overpriced. $8 for a warm draft beer. Steak was ordered medium rare but came out well done, which was sent back and this was after an hour and a half wait after we ordered. Salmon ($19) was ok, nothing special. Rice was over cooked and they must have scraped the bottom because it was hard. Paid $5 a piece to get in at 6:50. Server was nice but very slow to get drink orders and never refilled our waters. The manager did take the steak off our bill but after $10 to get in and a $62 bill (that's without the steak) I would expect more for $72. House band was very good...the only good thing from the night.
BEWARE!UNSAFE!!! worst club EVER – BE WARY! We went to have a good time. All we encountered 100% unsafe environment. I had items stolen directly off my body. When we asked employees and managers for help (as we knew who had done it), we were confronted with rudeness and 100% lack of helpfulness. I would NEVER go to this club again. Well, maybe if I had items I wanted to get rid of but didn't have the time to drop off at goodwill. I cannot warn you enough about this place. I also know someone who was drugged at this club (which I only found out about after my experience).
BB would be ashamed. – I would like to inform you of the behavior, attitude, and lack of courtesy and concern we received from your Bar Manager, Susan Zoesch, during an atrocious experience we had at BB King's Nashville during the BB King concert on Dec. 9th.
I realize that the fifty dollar per person standing room ticket does not entitle anyone to VIP treatment, but I believe it entitles the purchaser to at the very least have the PA speakers for the standing room section to be turned on. The service we received for our meal and drinks for the 2 hours prior to the sound debacle was courteous attentive and professional. When sound did not improve by the third song of BB's set (not to mention the completely inaudible opening act), I felt I was not getting my money's worth and asked to see a manager. The bartender (he was a young man with tatoos and was working the back bar) was very courteous and agreed that sound was a problem, and immediately went to get the manager. He informed me that he was already speaking to my wife and directed me to the lower bar cash register were Susan and my wife were. Susan stated (her words) "There are plenty of people up there with your same problem. There is a problem with sound." When we asked for a refund for our tickets and to leave, Susan turned to enter my credit card information and used a curse word meaning cow manure. We were well within earshot. We were absolutely mortified. There was no apology or any attempt to rectify any part of the situation. I am a lifelong fan of BB King. I was heartbroken.
Shame on you for being representatives of one the greatest ambassadors of American Culture and Class, to treat B.B.'s fans, in B.B.'s club, in B.B's presence, so shabbily. I pray that the giant of a man that BB King is, never hears of how his fans, (and patrons of his namesake establishment,) received so little consideration, or courtesy. For Shame.
Fun, and great live bands.... – This is a great place to go with a group of friends for dancing and music. Admittedly I couldn't tell you what the food tastes like, but the bar makes a mean Washington Apple and the band is always good, the music is mainly geared toward a more mature blues, 70's loving, R&B kind of crowd. But that's what keeps us coming back.
Very Nice – I am from California and I came to Nashville to visit a friend. We made a few stops and this was one of them. This is a very nice place. Maybe a more mature crowd. Friendly staff, good music. A great place to have a drink, listen to music, and just enjoy. Not a wild or crazy place if that's what you are looking for. I would definitely go again!
B.B. King's Caliente Night is the best salsa nights in town if you don't like crowded places – I went to BB Kings on Saturday for the salsa nights downstairs, Caliente Nights and I was very pleased with the friendly atmosphere. The bartenders and the band member were very nice. I liked that is was not very crowded and the dancing floor was very open. This is the only place that has a live latin band in town. I love that. Check it out!
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