Nashville is Tennessee’s largest city and the state’s capital, having a metro population of 2,013,506 people. The current median household income for Nashville is $72,725. Nashville is located in north-central Tennessee, along the Cumberland River and the rolling hills of the northwestern corner of the Nashville Basin. Nashville is a well-known locale for country music, whether for recording with a label, attending live performances at the Grand Ole Opry, visiting museums focused on country music, including the Country Music Hall of Fame, or attending a music festival, such as the CMA Music Festival. Besides country music, Nashville also has a very successful Christian and Gospel music scene. Tourists are drawn from all over the world to enjoy Nashville’s music events and honky tonk bars, which offer live music regularly. Nashville also hosts a long list of annual festivals, from the Nashville Film Festival and the Iroquois Steeplechase to the Tennessee State Fair and Nashville Oktoberfest. The greater Nashville metro area is home and host to several large employers, including Gibson Guitars, Vanderbilt University, SmileDirectClub, Dollar General, Goo Goo Clusters, RCA Victor, Decca Records, Columbia Records, The Kroger Co., Nissan North America, Southern Baptist Convention, Bridgestone Americas Inc. and many others!