Layla is awsome.
As far as bars go, its not a bad place. different kind of music heard on Bway but always good. Layla keeps Nashville Real.
This is Pete, the bouncer from pretty much all of the bars on bway.
I was married to Misty, very tall very hot. I hope you remember me. lol
Great Memories from IOWA.
Saw other shows at other bars, and had the best time at this est. w/ Jim Hampton an The Hayseed's!!!
Very personably and crowd pleasing!!! We had a awesome time and they made our trip a day to remember forever!!!!! Thanks much from IOWA!!!!!!
Long Live Bluegrass!. This is a smallish place but most nights you can hear an up and coming group, Jypsy. Family of 3 girls and their brother. He's a fast picker and they all can sing and play. Laylas has tall tables with bar stools, but it's hard to see unless you're up front. Booth type seating? All in time I guess; I'm just glad they've stay traditional. Bluegrass is alive and well.
The wagon wheel in the window marks the spot of this humble Broadway honky-tonk..
Sandwiched between honky-tonk heavyweights Legend's Corner and Robert's, this cozy saloon doesn't miss a beat. Offering traditional bluegrass and the old-time country atmosphere for which Broadway is famous, this place keeps it simple and authentic. The music's the biggest draw at this laid-back, friendly space. But on busy nights, Jim & Layla's sets up a hot dog stand outside that satisfies the late-night craving for junk food.