Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Memphis East
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... a hip-hop artist, or advertising for Coke, or starring in another movie, or firing one of his yes men, or chatting with Prisilla, or hugging his daughter, or breaking bread with his parents, or calling Colonel Tom Parker up. Priceless activities that would garner him a lot of extra cash. The 1968 comeback era, bedecked in leather...what a spunk! The Vegas era, the aloha from Hawaii satellite concert. He never looked better. If Elvis could see ...
... motel for 15 years but was evicted in a bod to 'clean' the area up. They have built a big museum based on civil rights and in honour of MLK. This lady is protesting the way they have handled his memory and what he signified. The rich get richer from the tourism it has brought yet the people and change he was fighting for is yet to get the attention and support it deserves. All the money spent on the museum and preserving Lorraine motel could have helped all ...
... of Memphis in the 60s and 70s had its roots in the quartet and gospel music that came before it. I also started to realize that most of the singers that became famous in Memphis at this time started their singing careers singing gospel and/or in church choirs (Elvis included).
After imbibing at a bar down the street from the hostel and a full day of exploring I proceeded to sleep most of the next day.
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... With our increasing status updates on Facebook, Jean our Summer Camp Director saw where we were, she was excited to reveal she was in Nashville not too far away. So the plan was set we were off to Nashville for a reunion with Jean!
Beyers: Time for Nashville! We head out of town, on the way to Nashville, and we spot the original Sun Studios, where Elvis and many other famous musicians recorded. Being a Sunday afternoon, we didn’t figure it would be ...
... in 1968. At the moment, half of the museum is closed for renovation, and although it does its best to chronicle the steps in America´s continuing struggle for equality, Blair thought there was too much focus on the assassin, James Earl Ray.
Away from the museum, the heart of Memphis´s music scene, Beale St, was humming on a Sunday afternoon. A friendly liquored-up crowd cheered on bartenders from various pubs and ...