Trinity Music City

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Trinity Music City, formerly Twitty City,[1] is an entertainment complex in Hendersonville, Tennessee. It was the home of singer Conway Twitty[when?] 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 continue 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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