America’s Music Cities
16 states make up The South, each of which has its own musical styling, cuisine, and culture. But the entire region comes together to create Southern Hospitality, welcoming visitors to sip on a glass of homemade sweet tea and move to the beat of the music that fills the air.
Call it the Big Easy, the Jazz Capital of the World, or anything in between: New Orleans is everything you need it to be and more. A walk through the French Quarter tickles every sense: the smell of Creole and Cajun cooking, the jazzy melodies, the sight of ornately adorned townhouses... what a treat to be living history out loud!
Music City reigns supreme as the international home of country music. There's so much that contributes to soul and spirit of Nashville. Explore the Country Music Hall of Fame, Music Row, and Nashville's oldest recording studio in the iconic RCA Studio. Just remember to wear your cowboy boots and dance when the music comes on fast n' loud!
Put on your blue suede shoes and rock on down to Tennessee's southwestern city Memphis. Known as the birthplace of Blues and Soul, Memphis has a rich history of music and is now a part of living history, as it is host to Elvis Presley's old home, Graceland. Explore the history by day at the contemporary beats on Beale Street by night.
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