The Rock N Soul's sister museum, The Memphis Music Hall of Fame, is now selling tickets to its annual Induction Ceremony for Thursday, November 1st at the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts.
This year's inductees are:
Tickets are available for purchase here: https://www1.ticketmaster.com/rock-n-soul-memphis-music-hall-memphis-tennessee-11-01-2018/event/1B00552A9DA03D20?artistid=2429879&majorcatid=10005&minorcatid=0&f_klarna_flex_pay=true&f_klarna_flex_pay_simple=true&ab=m_efeat5852v1
The Memphis Rock n Soul Museum and our podcast Memphis Musicology have both been nominated for awards in the Commercial Appeal's annual "Memphis Most" contest. Rock n Soul is nominated under the "Best Museum" category, while Memphis Musicology is up for "Best Local Podcast." Voting is open until July 20th and the ballot can be found here http://commercialappeal.secondstreetapp.com/2018-Memphis-Most/. Thanks for your support!
For a limited time only, the Rock 'n' Soul Museum will be displaying the never-before-seen exhibit "Elvis Presley: King of the Screen," a retrospective of the King's storied film career. Utilizing memorabilia from the collection of Larry and Judy Moss, the exhibit includes dozens of original film posters, costumes and props used by Presley in his films, and stories and facts about some of Presley's most beloved movies like King Creole and Jailhouse Rock.
Admission to "Elvis Presley: King of the Screen" is included with general admission to the museum
The Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum is excited to introduce Memphis Musicology, the only podcast on earth dedicated to an exploration of the past, present, and future of Memphis music. Now in its second season, Memphis Musicology shines a light on some of the lesser-known figures in the city's rich musical history, all of whom made major contributions to American music (or at the very least produced some killer tunes).
Past episodes have covered everything from Arthur Lee, the Memphis musician who helped to spark the psychadelic music revolution in California, to the Memphis Jug Band, a group who helped to define the Memphis blues sound during the 1920s and who inspired everyone from The Grateful Dead to Nas. Host Ezra Wheeler also frequently interviews the musicians, writers, and promoters who are at the forefront of keeping the Memphis music tradition thriving. Past guests include rapper Don Lifted, saxophonist Marque Boyd, and R&B and funk duo The PRVLG.
Memphis Musicology can be found at http://www.theoamnetwork.com/memphismusicology/ or subscribed to on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. Memphis Musicology is made possible by The Jeniam Foundation and Arts Memphis