H-Bomb’s Friday Photo, week 26: Nashville after dark

Happy Friday, people. This evening, here in New York, I’ll be participating in one of my favourite activities anywhere in the world: walking across the Brooklyn Bridge!

But now it’s time for me to share a photo from another city that my travels have taken me to. This week’s featured image comes from Nashville, Tennessee in the southern United States. It shows Broadway, Nashville’s main downtown street for nightlife, all lit up in neon.

Nashville neon: looking down Broadway at night.

This photo was taken during my visit to Nashville in February 2013.

Of course, I don’t only travel in the United States; my World Karaoke Tour brings me all over the globe. But one place where I haven’t yet sung is the sky. I’ve long wished to have the experience of singing karaoke on an airplane, but that opportunity hasn’t yet arisen. Today, however, I learned that earlier this week, on a Finnair flight from Helsinki to Tokyo (two cities that I’ve been to), the cabin crew offered passengers the chance to sing karaoke in-flight!

Naturally, I’m disappointed that I’m only now hearing about this. 🙂 I really hope that Finnair will repeat this inspired entertainment offering, or that some other airline will see fit to do the same thing. It’s about time that I got the chance to sing in the friendly skies!

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One thought on “H-Bomb’s Friday Photo, week 26: Nashville after dark

  1. Love that they were able to sing via flight! You should definitely buddy up with the airline ladies and make this happen!:-)


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