Hank Williams Jr. has officially joined the long list of country music singers who have opened bars in Nashville!
Hank Williams Jr.’s upcoming bar has said to be named “Hank Williams Jr. Boogie Bar,” according to a permit filed with the city of Nashville. The bar will take over the space of what is currently Nashville Crossroads, found at 419 Broadway. The bar will conveniently be located between the Ernest Tubb Record Shop and Alan Jackson’s AJ’s Goodtime Bar.
According to the Nashville Business Journal, the property that the bar will be occupied in is owned by Brad Sanderson, in collaboration with Big Plan Holdings, who will handle its operation. The permit discloses plans to extend the three-story building by adding an extra floor, as well as a rooftop deck, which will boost the total area to 11,895 square feet.
Nashville’s Lower Broadway already consist of several establishments owned by country music stars such as Whiskey Row, owned by Dierks Bentley and Ole Red, owned by Blake Shelton. Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson, and more currently have their own Broadway bars as well.
Most recently, Luke Combs announced that he will be opening up his own self-titled bar in the downtown area, which will become Nashville’s largest multi-level entertainment complex spanning a total of 69,000 square feet.