Hard Rock Café and House of Blues Co-Founder, Isaac Tigrett, and Swan Burrus III Discuss Plans in Exclusive TalkApolis.com Interview
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Dec. 10, 2012—In an exclusive interview on TalkApolis.com Microcast What’s Up Nashville with host Greta Gaines, Hard Rock Café and House of Blues Co-Founder Isaac Tigrett and partner Swan Burrus III announced plans to rejuvenate and transform the Nashville Fairgrounds into a world-class entertainment and destination venue.
Project Nashville Skyline will feature a new 4-5,000 seat concert hall-IMAX Theater, a rehabilitated expo center, multiple restaurants that transform into dining and dancing halls at night, 14 total concert stages, a New Media World Broadcasting Center streaming live music 24/7, the world’s longest bar, an RV park, and a classic auto museum. It will also be the first model in the USA of an equally shared For-Profit LLC and a Non-Profit Charitable Trust to benefit the music industry’s retirees.
“TalkApolis CEO, John Bransford, is an old friend of mine,” Tigrett said. “I wanted to announce this project in a Microcast to demonstrate the power of the platform John has built as well as provide Nashville and the world the opportunity to see it at will with no filters on when or where they can learn about the
“When Isaac told me about Project Nashville Skyline, we both knew immediately that announcing it in an exclusive, sit-down interview on our Microcast What’s Up Nashville would allow he and Swan to explain the project in a manner no other medium could fully accommodate,” Bransford said.
“I felt like the one and only person that knew how to do this, that had done it, was my friend, Isaac Tigrett,” Burrus said. We’re trying to get the Fair Board to accept our idea as a plausible means of happening.”
Tigrett added, “The idea was let’s create a really hot destination location that will bring not just tourists here but will be something the whole city could be proud of.”
Watch the interview at http://www.talkapolis.com/show/what-s-nashville/rockin-the-fairgrounds to learn more about the proposal and view renderings of what the new and rejuvenated facilities will look like.
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