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Put away that cowboy hat, unless you want to look like a tourist. Country music may be Nashville’s biggest cultural export, but outside of the Grand Ole Opry and the Lower Broadway honky-tonks, there’s another side of town. Ask Jack White, who recently bought a big spread in the Brentwood suburb, where he lives with wife Karen Elson and baby Scarlett. KRISTIN WHITTLESEY

72 Hours in Nashville

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.clsPlainText { font-size: 11px; font-family: verdana, arial, helvetica, san-serif; font-weight: normal; text-decoration: none; }1 Cannery Row, 615-251-3020), a two-venues-in-one complex that books well-chosen locals and indie and Americana acts upstairs, and bigger touring acts downstairs; and the Rutledge (410 Fourth Ave. S., 615-782-6858), a smallish, just-opened space run by one of the city’s best soundmen.

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