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Beale Street  It first rang out over the cotton fields of the Mississippi Delta. It migrated to the streets and clubs of Memphis. It went on to influence the sound of music all over the world. Memphis is the Home of the Blues and the Birthplace of Rock 'n Roll. And it all started here on Beale Street.  Beale Street has been playing the blues for more than half a century.  Beale Street’s heyday was in the 1920's, when the area took on a carnival atmosphere and gambling, drinking, prostitution, murder and voodoo thrived alongside the booming nightclubs, theaters, restaurants, stores, pawnshops and hot music. Memphis
Birthplace of Country Music Alliance (BCMA) was formed to bring national and international recognition to the people of the Southern Appalachian region, the musical and cultural heritage of the region, the region's role in the development of country music, and the region's influence on music around the world. Bristol
Bluebird Café The Bluebird Cafe has gained a reputation worldwide for presenting the best original country and acoustic music seven nights a week. Performers do not generally play "cover" songs. Musicians do not jam here, and songwriters frequently are accompanied by just one guitar or piano. Nashville
The Comedy Barn Theater is the award winning family comedy variety show in the Smokey Mountains. Our show features magicians, fire-eaters, jugglers, ventriloquists, clean comedians, live country and gospel music as well as fun barn yard animals. Pigeon Forge
Country Music Hall of Fame  Originally located on Nashville's Music Row, the Hall of Fame and Museum has been the home of America's music since 1967.  The colossal new $37 million structure -- located in the heart of downtown Nashville -- is a world-class facility that will honor the cultural significance of the music and the heroic achievements of those who form its membership. Nashville
Country Tonite Theatre is the best entertainment value in the Smokies! Experience this high-energy full-scale production located in a 1500 seat multi-million dollar theatre. In its seventh year in Pigeon Forge, Country Tonite continues to provide the best in quality entertainment with singing, dancing, comedy, gospel, patriotic, and more filling this two-hour show. Pigeon Forge
Dixie Stampede  With 32 horses, dozens of cast members and seating for 1,000 around a 35,000 square-foot arena, Dixie Stampede is Dolly Parton's own creation. "I wanted to recreate the family fun of my childhood, when we'd gather for a friendly competition and enjoy a more-than-filling meal," says Dolly Parton. Pigeon Forge
Ernest Tubb Record Shop  Founded by the legendary Ernest Tubb, the Ernest Tubb Record Shops have been filling country
music fans' needs for over 56 years. 
Nashville
Gibson Beale Street Showcase - Gibson Guitar Factory  The Gibson Beal Street Showcase features a true Gibson lifestyle experience. You can tour the factory where some of the world's greatest guitars are made or visit the Smithsonian Rock 'n' Soul Museum to celebrate our cultural legacy. Memphis
Gibson Bluegrass Showcase - Gibson Guitar Factory  Gibson premiers the first manufacturing facility where visitors can experience the craftsmanship and tradition that goes into each Gibson instrument. Watch the Gibson Original Instrument luthiers hand craft each mandolin, banjo and Dobro.  The 35,000 square foot facility, across from the Grand Ole Opry, also houses a retail shop where you can purchase one of these world class instruments and memories of your Bluegrass Showcase experience. Nashville
Graceland - Home of Elvis Presley  Whether you're a long-time Elvis fan or new to the magic of Elvis, and no matter where you call home, we've assembled a stunning array of interactive features designed to bring Elvis to you in new and exciting ways. Lots of little-known facts and fabulous photos, up-to-date news including the latest in the world of Elvis and Graceland, streaming video and audio, plus panoramic views of Graceland and its brand new exhibits. Memphis
Grand Ole Opry  The Grand Ole Opry is an omnipresence in the world of country music.  It is entertainment, pageantry, comedy and America's music, bundled into one package. The connection between the Opry artists and the audience is unlike anything in the world. Nashville
Louise Mandrell Theater  Louise delivers more than two dozen new songs that reflect the singer's incredible range of musical interests and abilities.  Few performers are able to sing country, Latin, reggae, gospel, jazz, polka, rock, patriotic, blues and swing music all in one show, much less do all the styles justice. Pigeon Forge
The Nashville Symphony  The Nashville Symphony is widely regarded as “the cornerstone of the performing arts” in Middle Tennessee. With more than 200 performances annually, The Symphony offers local audiences a range of Classical, Pops, Pied Piper and Summer series concerts, as well as a variety of special events. Nashville
Old City is a historic section of Knoxville filed with shops, restaurants, and entertainment facilities.  They include Atmosphere Pictures, Barley's Taproom & Pizzeria, Blue Cats Performance Hall, Earth To Old City Emporium, Flashback Jacks, Fiction Dance Club, Manhattan's Restaurant & Bar, Mother Earth Oils & Herbs, New City Cafe, The Pilot Light Club, Old City Java Coffeehouse, Spicy's Bar & Grill, and the Tonic Bar. Knoxville
Smith Family Theater  Opened its doors in Pigeon Forge last fall, has once again put the Smoky Mountain trio back in the spotlight-right where their fans like them, delivering their eclectic blend of country, bluegrass, gospel, oldies rock-n-roll and a hilarious repertoire of comedy impressions that have become their trademark. Pigeon Forge
Tootsies Orchid Lounge  Mom’s was the original name of Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, Tootsie Bess bought Mom’s in 1960.  Famous early customers were Kris Kristofferson, Faron Young, Willie Nelson, Tom T. Hall, Hank Cochran, Mel Tillis, Roger Miller, Webb Pierce, Waylon Jennings, Patsy Cline and many more.  Visit for a trip into country music history. Nashville
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