Nashville, Tennessee—The city of Nashville, the birthplace of country music, has a reputation for being a town full of people who have a love of music.
But the city has also become known as a place of great economic opportunity.
The city has become a center of the local music industry, hosting some of the biggest festivals in the country, including the Music City Music Festival.
And it has become known for having a thriving economy, with more than $1 billion in annual economic impact.
The latest Forbes 500 listing of the nation’s top 500 metropolitan areas has the Nashville metro area as the second largest in the U.S., with an estimated population of approximately 6 million.
The metro area ranks fourth overall in the number of billionaires in the United States, behind only Atlanta, with about 3,500.
According to Forbes, Nashville has the fourth-largest concentration of billionaires with nearly 2,300 individuals holding at least $1 million, up from 1,400 in 2013.
But Nashville has also seen some big wins on the national stage, such as the U,S.
Open Tennis, and the US Open Tennis Championship, which was held at the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Bridgestone Arena in April.
As a result, Nashville is a contender to land a spot on the Forbes 400 list.
The Nashville metro is one of only two cities in the entire country to be listed in the top 100 of the 500 list, according to Forbes.
The city’s rich history and history of hosting the music festival festival make it an ideal location for the festival.
The festival has hosted more than 1.6 million people since 2000, making it the biggest music festival in the nation.
It also has a large presence on the calendar, with several festivals taking place each year.
Nashville is also a major hub for the movie and television industry, where many of the major movie and TV stars come to work and perform.
But despite the big stars, there is a strong presence of locals in the area, with the Nashville Film Center, which is home to the film “Lone Survivor,” being a major draw.
The film also won several awards, including best picture at the Academy Awards.