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Beale Street is a little like Bourbon Street in New Orleans or Duval Street in Key West, but one visit was enough. Almost every music venue charged a cover charge and Memphis as a whole is not being kept as clean as the other two.
We have just visited Beale Street. At first extremely quiet and dead not what we expected. But fortunately we were there on a Wednesday evening. On Wednesdays bikers descend on Beale Street in their throngs. The whole street lined with bikes in all colours and...More
This is the cradle of Rock 'n ROll. This modest street and the bars, music halls, restaurants and recording studios that line it represents the musical heart of Memphis. Nashville might be the belly button of Country and Western music, but this part of Memphis...More
After experiencing Bourbon ST. we needed to see Beale St. Of course loved all the music coming out of the businesses. Walked the street during the day to decide where to eat for dinner. Back in early evening for dinner and a show at BB...More
As the title suggests, this place is a brilliantly iconic place for a night out or a bite to eat in the day. Was so excited to take the mandatory picture next to the Marc Cohn ten feet off the Beale sign. Blues music playing...More