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Stax Museum

Recommandé par 13 habitants ·

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Shane
Shane
October 19, 2019
Soulsville Museum with all the history and legendary music of Memphis’s Stax Records. Al Green, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding and many more recorded here. Music tracks play while you view vintage recording equipment, watch video interviews of artists and learn the history of soul music. Stage…
Les And Tia
Les And Tia
November 2, 2016
Amazing trip to make. Wonderful information and memorabilia on some of the most iconic musicians of our time!
Missy And Nick
Missy And Nick
November 2, 2016
America's one and only soul music museum. Located at the original site of the Stax Record Studio in the Soulsville neighborhood.
Suzanne
Suzanne
January 4, 2016
this is the best museum and gift shop for Memphis music.
Leanna
Leanna
November 17, 2015
Home to what became known as Memphis Sound, Stax is where Isaac Hayes, Al Green, Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin, Sam and Dave, etc recorded their hits.

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926 East McLemore Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38126