What fun to learn about the early days of rock and roll and the artists and producers who made it all happen.
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The Sun Studio tour takes you right back to the beginning, telling the story of Sam Phillips and the many stars who started their careers here - Elvis, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and so many blues singers. There is a museum upstairs...More
There isn't a lot to see here, but the tour is cool, and the spot is an historic to do. Stand where Elvis did & hold the mike he used. Avoid the gift $hop & get a picture outside instead!1
Our guide, although very young, was so enthusiastic about the music history depicted in this museum.. you get to stand in the very studio, complete with the original floor and ceiling tiles where Johnny Cash and Elvis and others recorde., you can hold Elvis' mike...More
This is where it all started. It's great from a historic point of view. The tour guide was very enlightening.
Had a fun time seeing the museum and listening to the tour guide explain the history. You can have a snack and or drink before or after the tour if you like and souvenirs for purchase.
This review really should be four and a half stars as having the chance to go through the studio itself is a fabulous experience for fans of older rock and country as well as newer bands. (U2 recorded part of "Rattle and Hum" there.) Our...More
Sun studio, where it all began. I made the mistake of walking here from downtown. Whilst only about 25 minutes, it was a hot day, and the walk was not through a great part of town. Rather deserted, and plenty of homeless around. You shoudl...More
We didn't really know, what to expect - but this tour is worth all the money. I think the admission was $10. The actual museum is really only two rooms - but it is packed with music history - from the 1st Rock'n'Roll Song to...More