Music scene booms in the Grind City, Tennessee. Elvis Presley and the B.B. King were raised and discovered in this city. Tourists enjoy the new and old stars perform during the week. Several music studios are legendary with an incredible history, while there are some new ones that bring fresh vibes to music scene. Music fans will just adore live music and have great time exploring the city landmarks.
Live music establishments tourists can explore
In Memphis, music fans can explore some of the awesome melodious spots.
B.B. King’s Blues Club
The original B.B. King’s Blues Club is situated at Beale Street. A local icon that shaped this city. You can listen to the next generation Blue stars and even ones making way in the rock ‘n’ roll and soul. Club serves delicious BBQ and cocktails, so you can get in a mood to party. It does not matter, who will be on the list of evening line up but you will certainly desire to listen to all night long.
Blues City Café
Another Beale Street live music attraction, which are energetic and impressive. Wooden tables are placed surrounding the stage, so you are close to performers. See each performer put their soul in the music and enjoy the joints popular ribs. You can get to listen to plenty of Memphis-themed acts and talent like Free world.
Handy Park pavilion
A public venue named after ‘Father of Blues’, W.C. Handy. It is in the core of Beale Street. There is an area reserved for small performances for budding musicians and more established musicians perform on the large stage. You can visit it in the afternoon because anyone can perform on the stage.
Lafayette’s music room
Lafayette’s Music Room has offered the world stars like Barry Manilow, KISS, and Bill Joel. Today, this hall offers live music daily and on weekends audience gets to enjoy two different acts. The ambiance is fun and comforting. Nachos and locally brewed beer can be ordered to your seat. You get a full menu with a waiter service.
Generally, Newby’s is college hangout but shows hosted are surprisingly great. Wide range of music acts get covered including rock, blues, and country. Mojo Possum, a jazz-funk band is the regular.
Young Avenue Deli
In the Cooper-Young neighborhood, a midtown region there is a lively spot called Young Avenue Deli. The young professionals and hippies are seen here eating sandwiches and playing pool. The establishment has impressive draft and bottled beer list. There is regularly live music and even big name shows every now and then. You can check the calendar on their official website.
In midtown, Minglewood Hall venue hosts vast concerts as they have a huge outdoor and indoor plaza. There is a small, lounge area, where best regional music gets hosted. On the walls you can get a glimpse of the old record labels. There is a bar that serves the local brews.
This is a bar spread across 1.5-acre land and has ping pong tables, bar, sand pits for bon fires, and live shows get hosted here. People dance to popular musicians like Cowboy Mouth. Venue discovers and hosts hip hop collectives, Jazz, gospel groups, folk, and more.