Studio 6 Memphis
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... was a rule. I could hear the travel agent saying, oh they will definitely be there... Can I help you? Maybe. I explained my woe. I didn't cry, but she could see that all my emotions were right there, like the end of that movie when they drive the Mustang off the cliff... Oh yeah that didn't happen in "Ghost". Thelma and Louise? You need to talk to this man. She pointed down the rental car counters. He had a halo. A Black Jesus. I was angry but he was listening, ...
... up for him on the tree, we headed out again this time for the main street in Memphis. We went in a couple of bars to experience the music, which was great and what Memphis is famous for after all! A lot of Elvis and Jonny Cash songs made for an enjoyable couple of hours. The morning after we had the full Graceland experience with an audio tour of his house along with seeing his cars and his planes. We ...
Trolley Station has a large lot that is free. All-day trolley pass $3.50. This is definitely the way to do downtown (as long as you're not staying past midnight when they lock up the lot).
Took the River Trolley loop all the way around to see the ...
... had Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash recording, sometimes together...
I also found out the Rock and Roll is a cross between blues and country and western.
Observation only - Odd thing..... There must have been over 100 people in and around the museum and they were all white!!!
On to Stax Museum, which is brilliant, very modern and has a high school and university attached to it now.
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... Studios tour which I loved, I mean it was the birthplace of rock n roll after all. They say "If music was a religion then Memphis would be Jerusalem and Sun Studios would be its most holy shrine." Yep that sums it up for me. It was the first studio ever to record Elvis and many other artists including Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Howlin' Wolf, BB King and Johnny Cash recorded there as well. U2 even recorded some of their Rattle & Hum album there ...