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A World Class Museum with over 400 TITANIC artifacts on display!
Tina Turner Museum at Flagg Grove School features costumes and memorabilia from her career.
Home of the King of Rock ‘n' Roll!
The Mountain Music Museum and The Pickin' Porch Show! Changing Lives One Song At A Time!
The music and entertainment pulse of downtown Memphis, Beale Street at the turn of the 20th century served as a haven for African Americans migrating from small towns.
See the show that made country music famous.
Take a guided tour of the Birthplace of Rock -n- Roll, listening to the iconic songs that were recorded in that very same studio.
Soul Music Museum
Sutton Ole Time Music Hour: live bluegrass every Saturday night.
A music heritage destination with something for everyone .... including the world's only Tina Turner Museum.
Ira & Charlie Louvin. Country Music Legends, members of the Country Music Hall of Fame
Soak in the sounds of Roane County at Bradbury
Home of 1,000 Hits
Developed by the Smithsonian Institution, Rock ‘n’ Soul tells the complete Memphis music story, introducing guests to the Memphis musical legends who shook the planet.
A "Must Visit" for any Memphis Music Pilgrimage
Last Home of Blues Pioneer Sleepy John Estes
As well as unique artifacts that make the country stars more personal, every visit includes live music from our in-house musicians.
A rich mixture of country music, blues and moonshine created the setting for the first rock music ever heard on planet earth
Presents interesting, educational approaches to display Historic Granville's unique past and its people for the enjoyment of present and future generations.
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