The blog has been a little quiet of late because of computer problems at home, but the art keeps calling! This work by LaRhonda Angelisa (owner/operator of Painting Live), is found at the entrance to Jefferson Street Sound, which under the leadership of Lorenzo Washington bills itself as both a museum dedicated to and music studio inspired by the music scene found on Jefferson Street in the 1960s and ’70s. Appropriately, the mural honors two of the best-known figures to work on Jefferson Street, Jimi Hendrix and Billy Cox. Hendrix was only here in Nashville for a short while, but Cox has made his home here in Nashville for most of his life.
Located at 2004 Jefferson Street. Not much parking available right at the spot, so you might have to park a little ways away, perhaps at the bank across the street. The mural is found on the east side of the building, right at the entrance. Check out the mural, and head inside and visit the museum!