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Blues Hall Juke Joint

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174 Beale St, Memphis, TN 38103-3714
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Lynne D wrote a review Mar 2020
Anderson, South Carolina16 contributions3 helpful votes
Been here several times traveling from SC. When we got married in Memphis on January 3rd, we knew we had to revisit for a celebration. Our favorite place to hear the blues! A small music spot on Beale to hear some of the very best bluesy bands. Vince Johnson is our fav!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Cleve B wrote a review Dec 2019
Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina42 contributions6 helpful votes
I always make my way to Blues Hall when I'm in Memphis. It is joined with my favorite room on Beale Street the World Famous Rum Boogie. Before the revitalization of Beale Street years ago the Rum Boogie was the Only Juke Joint on Beale. During the resurgence of the entertainment district in Memphis, Blues Hall was redone and brought back to life. They also have the Best T-Shirts in Town.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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D0ug101 wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom59 contributions44 helpful votes
This was a great relaxed bar, with a fabulous soul diva on 4-8pm who really brought Memphis soul alive. The one barmaid was extremely efficient, coping easily with serving multiple people at any one time, so you never had to wait. It was a friendly crowd, with people dropping in for a quick drink or dance, then moving on. We stayed for longer than planned as the music was great, and then we wandered off to try some other places when the music changed over to a group of guys who were slightly more eclectic.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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lazydays77 wrote a review Jun 2019
Chicago, Illinois380 contributions121 helpful votes
Door man is a trip, bartender is ok, but man.....the music. This was hands down my favorite part of my trip. The music was amazing, it will change your life. The style and feel of the place is exactly as it should be. This is a must go.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Darren Mc wrote a review Feb 2019
Stanley, United Kingdom458 contributions181 helpful votes
There was a $5 cover charge on entry. Venue is adjacent to the Rum Boogie Cafe. Music was excellent. Nice atmosphere. Smoking allowed.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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