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Memphis, TN - Rubber Stamp and Custom Stamps
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Memphis, the largest city in Tennessee, grew as a trading center on the Mississippi River. It has one large bit of homage to its namesake in Egypt: the Pyramid Arena, formerly a major athletic and music venue, now a Bass Pro Shop!Memphis is “the blues” musical capital of the US, with such famous singers as Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and B. B. King, getting their start in blues, gospel, rock, and more in the 50s and 60s. Beale Street is a National Historic Landmark offering tours of the famed Sam Phillips’ Sun Studio, where many of these formers cut their first records.
Hernando de Soto Bridge, public domain Wikipedia source
The city abounds with festivals throughout the year. Springtime has Africa in April. May has the Beale Street Music Festival and World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest (largest in the world). June has Memphis Italian Festival. September has the Cooper-Young Arts Fest. November has the Indie Memphis Film Festival.
Other popular visitors’ spots include Graceland (former home of Elvis), the National Civil Rights Museum (site of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.), the Brooks Museum of Art, the Pink Palace (science museum and planetarium), Mud Island river park (with a half-mile water walk along scale models of Lower Mississippi River buildings), and the Cotton Museum.