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... road with out causing chaos. Stopped for first break at Casey Jones Village where the 382 engine and a museum are. Only short stop so didn't get chance to go in museum. Turns out there were big storms in Memphis and power out to much of city. Luckily Graceland still operational. Shouldn't read local news. Last night guy was killed in theatre in Nashville, other side of town to where staying, by police as he ...
... museum that follows African American Civil Rights history. The building where the shooter is believed to have stood has been turned into a museum following the story of his arrest and the conspiracy surrounding his conviction.
The next stop was Sun Studio, the birthplace of Rock 'N' Roll. There was lots of artefact's from the studios early recoding days. Most importantly we got to go into the studio where Elvis was first ever recorded. Other people who ...
... the mansion started so we wandered around the complex. We went into one of the several gift shops and I saw a book of piano songs that I planned to buy later. There are a lot of t-shirts, sweatshirts, pajama bottoms, etc. with Elvis written on it. I thought we’d pass on those.
We lined up for the tour bus, had our picture taken in front of the Graceland sign, got on the bus and got our iPads and headphones. I was surprised when we arrived at ...
... of you on Facebook, I think Sue has posted video on her page.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peabody_Ho tel#mediaviewer/File:Peabody_Hotel_Memp his.jpg
After witnessing the march we moved on to he home of the king. Once again Sue toured the mansion while the boys and I hung out on a beautiful morning in the sun.
... thought I qualified for a seniors pass. Over 55!!!!
Finally, for anyone still reading - who were McKinley Morganfield, Riley King and Chester Burnett, they may have been Cotton Traders, Scottish immigrants or Plantation owners......
Check out a video of Sister Rosetta Tharpe, 'Down by the Riverside' - Now if she was in my church!!!!!!! (Elvis, Johnny Cash, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis all sited her as a big influence on them)