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Springwater

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115 27th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37203
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(615) 320-0345
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I went to see two great bands at Springwater. (& one that was just there). A new band I found was Slant Sixx and I went to see the Rock A Billys. Both blew me away and the envi...

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You will Love this place! (Unless your no fun!) 8/20/2007

I went to see two great bands at Springwater. (& one that was just there). A new band I found was Slant Sixx and I went to see the Rock A Billys. Both blew me away and the environment at the Springwater was a great addition to the show. It is exactly what it portrays, a dive bar with great live music. The most relaxed and unpretentious place I have been in a long time. Loved it! Pros: Comfortable, Parking more

a haven for great obscure bands 12/17/2003

when i was in high school, springwater's 21+ policy on shows was the bane of my existence. it has some of the most eclectic but fantastic booking among nashville venues -- from well-known indie bands like scout niblett and wolf eyes to local lesser-knowns like a poet named revolver (plus impromptu performances by the likes of dave berman and will oldham). plus the stage is low, the sight-lines aren't awkward, the shows are cheap, and, well, everybody likes a dive bar with a porch and pool tables. drawbacks: poor turnouts for good bands, and parking in that gravel pit of a parking lot. Pros: booking, cheap shows & beer, laid-back atmosphere Cons: the parking lot, poor turnout more

The Puddle of Mudd! 6/22/2002

Springwater is the last, best bar in Nashvegas. Cheap beer, NO ICE, cheap prices, great people, lousy barstools--watch yourself--they tip easily. Again, the last good BEER bar in town. Just reading the bathroom walls is entertainment in itself! And...they only take CASH. Leave your credit cards at HOME. Pros: People, Location, "atmosphere" Cons: the owner, no ice, jukebox lacks Kid Roc more
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  • In Short
    A speakeasy in the 1920s and rumored gambling haunt of Jimmy Hoffa, Springwater has a certain frozen-in-time feel. Inside, a jukebox plays Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd in the main bar, which includes arcade games and a pool table. In the adjoining playroom, indie, hardcore and underground bands are booked three-to-a-bill daily, and crowds of laid-back regulars can range from a handful to nearly 100.

  • 10/26/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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