Rum Boogie Cafe's Blues Hall Juke Joint
This is our favorite bar on Beale st to listen to Blues. We go here regularly so if you see us come say Hello !!!
The best way to find music on Beale is just to walk down the street until something catches your ear, but this is one of our favorites.
“Soulsville Museum with all the history and legendary music of Memphis’s Stax Records. Al Green, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding and many more recorded here. Music tracks play while you view vintage recording equipment, watch video interviews of artists and learn the history of soul music. Stage costumes from Ike and Tina Turner, among others, are featured, as well as the gold plated Cadillac and the academy award belonging to Isaac Hayes. ”
“A great off the beaten path blues club. Live music from local old and young blues musicians. ”
“Don't take a date here, it is no frills - but it's where to go to get one of the best cheeseburgers in town”
“Memphis go to venue for mid-size concerts and national touring acts. A beautiful indoor venue that hosts shows frequently. One of your favorite artists may be playing here, so always check who is playing. ”
“The Blues Hall of Fame Museum is a Memphis gem for both serious blues fans and casual visitors. With robust exhibits and in-depth history, the museum exposes, educates, and entertains visitors with all that is blues culture while highlighting our over 400 inductees in five key categories: Performer, Individual, Album, Single, and Literature.”