Left to right are Artist Rob Hendon, T.J. Martell Foundation CEO Laura Heatherly, Hutton Hotel General Manager Steven Andre, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, Singer/Songwriter Michael Martin Murphey. Photo courtesy of the Hutton Hotel The T.J. Martell Foundation and the Hutton Hotel launched on Monday the T.J. Martell Foundation Suite at the Hutton Hotel – a distinctive, luxurious guest suite filled with rare musical memorabilia.
The room features hand-written lyrics to “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” and a fiddle bow played on-stage by Charlie Daniels, framed Little Big Town album signed by entire group, a signed photo of Brooks and Dunn, Hatch print of Montgomery Gentry and specially commissioned artwork by artist Rob Hendon.
The T.J. Martell Foundation Suite is on the Hutton’s 11th floor, and boasts views of downtown Nashville, as well as the stylish, luxuriously appointed guest amenities that make Hutton the first choice for sophisticated travelers to Music City. The Suite can be booked for guest stays starting at $429 per night, including taxes and other standard charges. Framed celebrity photos were provided by Alan Mayor, with consulting from Jamie Beckwith, Beckwith Interiors.