Courtyard By Marriott Memphis Southaven
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... official taxi. Lesson learned. Sun Studios is a small building in old Memphis, and it was here that a young recording engineer called Sam Phillips set up his own recording studio in 1952. He was particularly interested in new music with drive and rhythm and he is famous for giving some of the most famous musicians of the Rock and Roll era their first chance to record their music and get on the first steps to fame. Among his discoveries ...
... was a waitress in a Lafayette who said that we smelt awesome. Well this band were awesome in the full awesome sense of the word. Six piece, brass duo, guitar, bass,drums keyboards they played New Orleans stuff, Sfax soul, did chuck berry/ zep medleys and generally cooked up southern funk/ blues/boogie to die for. They were a melting pot of a band wearing all their influences brilliantly to create good time music. At one point they invited up some ...
... they had the sound effects of the men groaning and moaning. there were various photos of the times during the struggle and the explanation of each one. They had a display of the hotel room Dr. King stayed in that night before.They also had the display of the bathroom his killer was int There was a duplicate model of the bus that Rosa Parks rode on with a figure of the bus driver turned in his seat talking to her. The ...
... of the competition
--Ubon--ribeye steak sandwich with their special sauce; won't find a better sandwich!
--Black Jack Barbeque--fantastic pulled pork and ribs; four different sauces--loved his presentation. The"Big Red Rig" smoker is really old and no longer made. Food for the Southern Soul is the name of his place in North Carolina and the company that sells the sauces.
--Quality Fine Swine--had ...
... that area. So what do you do in a good Southern town with lots of history and suspecting all the tourist destinations closed? You got it. We went to a matinee movie and saw The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Dinner was at Corky's BBQ (which we liked better than Central Barbecue) and then it was back to the hotel to pack for our next day's adventure.
It is on our list to go back to Memphis in warmer weather.