Homewood Suites Memphis - Hacks Cross
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... least we can say we've been there! The next stop on the shuttle was Beale street so we thought we might as well take a look, it's basically a street full of bars with live music, blues etc, Michael felt it was gangster land lol didn't feel very comfortable, made our way to the Hard Rock Cafe for lunch before getting the shuttle back to the hotel where we both zonked out for another couple ...
Tennessee - "America at its Best"
Memphis is a neat city with a deep history in the movement from Soul to Rock n Roll music.
Still has the original recording studios which are musts to visit especially Sun Studios.
Beale Street is still original and has plenty of ...
... this winter. One of the displays puts you on the bridge, walking with the marchers, very powerful.
While waiting for Sue to tour the museum the boys and I parked on the banks of the mighty Mississippi. It was bitterly cold and I jumped in and out of the car to snap a few photos of commerce on the river.
When Sue was finished her ...
... and his sister Estelle AXton as a local project for local talent. It was the first recording studio that had integrated recordings and many of the groups were of mixed race. It was where Soul music was born... A mix of gospel, country and blues....
Incredible that so many talented songwriters and musicians lived within a few blocks of the studio... They all seemed to have great fun, but weren't very good at business.