The music capitol of the country was abuzz with tunes, twang, rhythm and rhymes. On every street corner stood a superstar hopeful, entertainer or just Average Joe trying to earn a few bucks and some pride. Every sidewalk was a stage, every street light a spotlight. The city's neon signs and music history were intriguing, just like the Crazy Horse's line dancing lessons. Modern yet antiquated, the Grand Ole Opry's illustrious grandeur was both relaxing and romantic. And while we were only there for the afternoon, Nashville proved to be a city full of talent -- and of people who think they have talent.