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Andre Johnson III (2018) first-ever recipient of Theatre Memphis’ Priscilla Presley Scholarship André Johnson III, TSCS Class of 2018 and a junior at the University of Memphis in the Department...

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William Bell is one of our favorite Stax Records artists of all time. He’s also one of the Stax Museum and Stax Music Academy’s most avid supporters, with academy students...

When we at the Soulsville Foundation say we are like one big family, we’re not just paying lip service and we are putting our money where our mouth is when...

The first cohort of the National Leaders of Color Fellowship (LoCF) program has been selected, representing 53 leaders from across the United States. Among them is Stax Museum of American Soul Music...

One of our Soulsville Charter School graduates, Keosha Stewart (class of 2013), has recently joined the Stax Museum of American Soul Music at its new Education Manager. Keosha attended Soulsville...

In 1973, Stax Records’ Dale Warren was fresh off the success of his smash hit composition “Salvation Symphony” performed by an orchestra the year before at the famed Wattstax concert...

Not everyone who takes the tour realizes it, but the current Studio A at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music is not where the magic happened. At least not...

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Wearing a blue suit, black hat and multi-colored socks, master keyboardist Booker T. Jones leaned away from the Hammond B3 organ, tilted back his head and worked...