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Trinity Music City

Trinity Music City, formerly Twitty City,[1] is an entertainment complex in Hendersonville, Tennessee. It was the home of singer Conway Twitty From its opening in 1982 until his death in 1993. It was famous for its lavish Christmas decorations, and includes the Conway Twitty Mansion and Memorial Gardens.[2] Since Twitty's death, it has been converted into a Christian music venue owned by the Trinity Broadcasting Network. The venue holds church services on Sundays, as well as concerts featuring religious music and attractions include a replica of the Via Dolorosa.[3] The complex continues to feature the Christmas lights owned by the late singer for which the venue was originally famous.


  1. ^ Trinity Music City, USA, Website, retrieved 2009-04-05 
  2. ^ Nickas, Lauren, Tennessee Encyclopaedia of History and Culture, "Trinity Music City, USA", retrieved 2006-04-05 
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