Holiday Inn Express Greenwood
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... Ruleville, MS.
In the summer of 1962, she attended a Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee meeting in Ruleville, MS. Hamer made a decision after that point to register to vote, and tried to do just that. On August 31, 1962, she joined 17 others at the county courthouse in Indianola, MS to register to vote. Hamer and only one of the men were allowed to fill out the application and complete the literacy ...
... King himself on a return trip to his hometown. From there the initial gallery traces King’s life in the Delta as a sharecropper and tractor driver. This is followed by a look at the 1940s and 1950s in Memphis where King got a break on WDIA when he wrote a jingle for a product. Next, visitors learn about his move from Artist to Icon—the ...
... his way to Memphis and ultimate success, becoming to the Blues what Louis Armstrong was to Jazz. After two or three hours in the museum we had a beer (well I did) in the Blue Biscuit bar across the road from the museum. There is not much else to say about Indianola, so we set off for our next stop on the Blues Highway, Clarkesdale, Mississippi. Arrived around 2 pm, and we again took the best hotel in town, but this time the Hampton by Hilton lived up to the title ...
... we were taking pictures like crazy. Also, I found the best bargain ever here! At Lakeside Sports, which is attached to a Chevron, adjacent to a laundromat on a small parking lot - $50 dollar dress made with that special material that supposedly keeps one cool for $5 bucks!!!! Loven it! So happy they have sale racks in Mississippi too :)
Until the next stop.....off to McDonalds now. Stay ...
... best blues guitarist I've seen live since Buddy Guy, and he sings with soul and passion. The whole evening feels like a great gig we've paid big money for and not been disappointed. The trio worked up an absolute storm. Bev who was all for upping sticks to Memphis early is now keen to stay. This is partly down to the fact that singers at one point were invited up to join the band. One guy sang Stevie Ray Vaughn's Pride and Joy , thoroughly intimidated by the ...