Andrew Kyle Saucier 2017-01-09 06:21:32
B.B. King’s Blues Club, Memphis It must be something in the water, ‘cause on the banks of our rivers, from the waterfronts of big cities out to the rural backwaters, it doesn’t matter the day of the week or the time of day— Tennesseans are always making music. Out west, near the mighty Mississippi, Blues City Cafe celebrates barbecue and blues, which, along with “the Original” B.B. King’s Blues Club down on Historic Beale Street, continues to assert Memphis’ undeniable place as one of America’s truly great music cities. Over by the Cumberland River, in Music City, the Station Inn proves on a nightly basis why this little honky-tonk has become synonymous with bluegrass. Near the Tennessee River, the Bijou Theatre occupies a street corner that has been entertaining Knoxvillians since the early years of statehood. And downriver, Chattanooga’s Revelry Room is always jamming.
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