Chef/author/host/drinker/partier Anthony Bourdain has never shied away from a good time on his show Parts Unknown. In fact, he travels the world in search of them. On his new episode, he hits the good-timing jackpot.
On Sunday, Oct. 2, Anthony’s nomadic interests take him to Nashville where he dives headfirst into Music City’s culture, food and, well, music.
Anthony makes stops on Lower Broadway, dines with local chefs in a backyard grill-out, rocks out at a house party with singer Alison Mosshart and eats at various restaurants, including Bolton’s, Catbird Seat and Dandgure’s.
Nash Country Daily got a sneak peak of the entire episode, and the most interesting vignette—as far as country music fans are concerned—is Anthony’s profile of Margo Price, who released her debut album, Midwest Farmer’s Daughter, in March on Jack White’s Third Man Records label after being rejected by 30 labels. In addition to taking viewers inside Third Man Records—the only venue in the world to record live shows direct-to-acetate and produce a vinyl master in real time—Anthony hangs with Margo at her East Nashville home for a dinner party and concert.
Tune in to CNN on Sunday, Oct. 2, at 9 p.m. ET to see the entire excellent episode.
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