In April 2001, roughly 3,000 people gathered at what should never have become a vacant lot at the corner of East McLemore Avenue and College Street in South Memphis, the former site of Stax Records.
Soulsville comes full circle as Mitchell Worley takes the helm
An evening with Stax’s 24-Carat Black features listening party and discussion with original group members; Thursday, October 6, 7 pm, open to the public and free admission.
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
Booker T. Jones performs with Stax Music Academy alumni at Stax Museum’s 20th Anniversary announcement event
During a special event on September 14, 2022 at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music, Soulsville Foundation officials, former Stax artists, and others announced plans for the museum’s 20th