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Old 05-18-2024, 01:52 PM
 
Location: Day Heights, OH
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If either of you are musicians, singers, or songwriters, and despite having good jobs thought you might want to try and make a name for yourself in country music, Nashville would be the better choice.

I'm not making a joke here. I've played with a number of local bands in the past, rock and country, and whenever someone aspired to try and make it big, moving to New York, California, or Nashville, and leaving everyone behind was always difficult for them.
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Old 05-20-2024, 10:19 AM
 
Location: New Mexico via Ohio via Indiana
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Two different worlds. Cincinnati is more "corporate" (thanks, P&G) than other cities in Ohio but it is not Nashville. Nashville is "new", in every sense of the word: it acts and thinks new and 21st century. Cincinnati is a river town with history and traditions based on that. Change occurs slower in Cincy; Nashville almost seems more unrecognizable with each passing decade, with downtown acting like Vegas on a Saturday night. Nashville is an economic booming growth machine lately, more like Phoenix or Charlotte than Cincinnati.
Cincinnati has some southern characteristics, but it is not as "Southern" as Nashville. Also, Nashville is Music City, though much of the old country music feel has changed (not lessened). Cincinnati, however, has a terrific local live music scene (I used to play in bands there every weekend) and is no slouch.
The metro regions both lean red, perhaps Nashville more so.
Both cities have terrific suburbs with nice schools and quality of life, and hip city neighborhoods offering all of the amenities. Also, Hyde Park is not a suburb. It is a city neighborhood with a suburban feel, but with city services and schools FYI. Don't know if you were aware.
Where will you be moving from. I asked this as the North/South thing is the biggest difference, and it should impact your decision. I'm a truly urban northern guy and would not be happy in Tennessee, but that's just me.
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Old 05-20-2024, 01:22 PM
 
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Thus may sound trivial, but Nashville is on central time; Cincinnati is on eastern time. I love central time with things like Monday Night Football, the Tonight Show, etc. all starting an hour earlier. I love Cincinnati, but Nashville is terrific in its own right.
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Old Today, 02:52 PM
 
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Where will you be moving from. I asked this as the North/South thing is the biggest difference, and it should impact your decision. I'm a truly urban northern guy and would not be happy in Tennessee, but that's just me.
FWIW, OP's query about which city to move to was 13 years ago this month. This is one of those threads that won't die, not that there's anything wrong with that.

Here's an update on OP's choice from 10 years ago:

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In case you haven't noticed, the original OP of this thread is long gone. The original intent was a job relocation between Nashville and Cincinnati. The OP chose Cincinnati, and has been running all over the forum trying to decide between Hyde Park and Wyoming. Finally chose Wyoming.
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