I understand that. I just feel like they could have done a better job representing the way that people in Nashville actually interact with the city. I'm not looking for documentary level realism, but its not like Taylor Swift is hanging out at Tootsie's on the reg or Faith Hill is constantly chilling at Bluebird Cafe. You get the ocassional celebrity appearance at those places here and there, but its mostly just shitty songwriters. And the guy and girl duo that are obviously supposed to be the Civil Wars... Jesus.
My gripe is that its obvious the writers don't really understand that your average Nashvillian doesn't even like country, and your average country star is not hanging out in dive bars.
I actually really like what they're doing with the Bluebird: those are my favorite scenes in the show. And while, yeah, famous performers probably don't just show up there every night, but Swift got discovered there and the place obviously has a lot of history, so they're just trying to incorporate that facet of it. As for the duo, not sure why that's a problem, or how they are "obviously supposed to be the Civil Wars, other than the fact that the first song they performed was actually a Civil Wars song. But the Civil Wars are themselves a twist on a very traditional, age-old sound, and that duo is channeling a lot more country music history than just John Paul White and Joy Williams.
As for country stars hanging out in dive bars, I believe they've tied that concern into the story and the development of the characters. Rayna and Deacon have roots at the Bluebird, so it's justifiable that they would enjoy coming back. And Juliette only went to see Deacon play.