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... a heavy day touring - went back to Beale St - but did not get past the B.B. King Club, where I had dinner and some refreshments over 4 hours listening to the Preston Shannon Band (only a sort clip on the blog). They were great and played some great blues, R& B and country/rock. Called on Demetrius again to provide the shuttle service - but felt a bit guilty getting him to pick me up for my return trip to the hotel ~ midnight ...
... going if it wasn’t already. I didn’t need the help but it smelled good anyway.
We were greeted and seated and given menus. I went right for the plate that had a variety of meats since I wanted to sample different things. I got the “Big Daddy” thank you very much. It came with your choice of three meats; ribs (dry rub or wet), pork shoulder, smoked sausage, smoked turkey or smoked chicken. I opted for ...
... has focused on children's cancer and other fatal diseases since 1962. Every child is treat regardless of the ability to pay, and they also have free housing to put up families who come from out of state. Running costs are roughly $2million per day, and it is run entirely on donations.
He also took us for lunch on Beale Street, and we noted a few places to return to later. Lovely city, lovely guy. Next up, we're off to see if the King lives ...
... photographs unchanged was, to me, emotional. Listening to the original recordings, I felt I wanted to get up and dance and not stop. To think this all began the year I was born!
View the website at http://www.sunstudio.com/.
Next stop.is Graceland. Will I become an Elvis fan possibly as big as my sister Roe? We'll see.
Back in Cape Girardeau we enjoyed the nice view of the Mississppi before we continued through Kentucky to Memphis, Tennesse. Being late in Memphis, we just had a (not so good) dinner in (very touristy) Beale Street before we got to bed, because the next day was going to be very ...