Nashville is the capital of the United States state of Tennessee and county seat of Davidson County. Nashville is the 2nd largest city in Tennessee, behind Memphis, and the 5th largest in the southeastern US. It is located on Cumberland River in the states' north central part. The city is a center for music, publishing, banking, transportation and healthcare industries. It is also home to numerous colleges and universities. Nashville is home to Tennessee Supreme Court's courthouse for Middle Tennessee. It's known as a center of country music industry, which earned it the nickname "Music City U.S.A."
Since 1963, the city of Nashville has had a consolidated city-county government including six smaller municipalities in a 2-tier system. 35 out of 40 members are elected from single-member districts; 5 are elected at-large. The total consolidated city-county population stood at 659,000 in 2013. The "balance" consolidated population, excluding the semi-independent municipalities, was 634,460. The 2013 population of the entire Nashville metropolitan area was 1,757,900, making it the largest metropolitan area in the state. The 2013 population of Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Columbia combined statistical area, a bigger trade area, was 1,876,930.
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