The original B.B. King’s, launched in Memphis in 1991 by the legendary blues guitarist, is a Beale Street mecca, and the Nashville outpost does a good job recreating some of that feeling, booking blues and jazz artists, as well as other locals who have some soul. With daily live music, the club is a welcome alternative to the pervasive country-and-cover music that surrounds you downtown these days, however it is really big, so it won’t feel nearly as intimate as venues like Rudy’s Jazz Room for purists.