No trip to Nashville would be complete without a visit to Printers Alley, a small entertainment district that used to be famous for its strippers and jazz clubs. Although it once attracted mobsters, musicians, and locals looking for some clandestine fun, the Alley is more mainstream these days. Ms. Kelli's, a karaoke dive bar, is among the more popular of the present-day mix. There's a top-notch sound system and thousands of songs to chose from, as well as plenty of Jell-O shots to help you get the nerve to get on stage and sing. It can get crowded and smoky on busy nights, but if you're looking for an unpretentious place to get silly, look no further.