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... before settling down for an hour to watch some of the blues music. You could see everyone here loved their music, and that the musicians dedicated themselves to it! We decided to then sit down for a meal and watch some music in the famous B.B. King's Club. After waiting a little while for our table we were seated, about 8 foot from the stage. So as we tucked into our food, we listened to the music, and watched the large black contingent groove and grind, and the ...
... said. "They would meet up in Elvis's penthouse after their respective shows and jam till 6am in the morning. I guess he used drugs to keep up the pace.
We also got to see his car collection and his private jet, which was really something. Even if you weren't an Elvis fan you'd still be blown away by a visit to Graceland.We had lunch back at the park before setting off for Nashville. We arrived at Jellystone RV Park at ...
... way for the Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Museum, but it was too far off the road. If we are ever in the area again, we will probably try to go back there because it sounded interesting!
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... indescribable, being at this place where this influential man of music lived. Just amazing. Sun Studio was the next stop, and was the label to discover Elvis Presley. They also worked with Johnny Cash which is pretty awesome, Roy Orbison, the Howling Wolf, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and so many more it's crazy. The tour was really interesting, learning about the background of the label as the creator Sam Phillips aimed to record the ...
... dollar quartet - amongst them. After being in this room for
a while, and hearing snippets of their songs, we then went downstairs to the
actual recording studio, and got to see where these musicians had recorded.
Apparently they still hire out the studios to modern day artists, including U2.
Everyone ooohed and aaaahed. Not me, I hate Bono. Haha. The studios have never
been refurbished since their heyday, and you can tell...the ceiling is ...