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Hear the Music of the Heartland

From Blue Suede Shoes to Folsom Prison Blues

Journey through the heartland of American music, following in the footsteps of legends along legendary rivers. Travel to Memphis, where the soulful sounds of blues and rock ‘n’ roll fill the air. Explore Beale Street and visit the clubs where B.B. King and Elvis Presley once performed. As you cruise along the Cumberland River, make a stop in Paducah, Kentucky, a city known for its rich cultural heritage. Delve into the local music scene, where bluegrass and folk melodies blend with the rhythms of the river. Finally, arrive in Nashville, Tennessee, and discover iconic venues like the Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry. Stroll along Honky Tonk Highway, where live music pours out from every window.
For any fan of Elvis, this is the ultimate way to experience Graceland and learn about his life and extensive musical career. Visit Graceland Mansion and four new exhibits on the property, including the Elvis Presley Car Museum. Climb aboard one of his custom airplanes, remodeled to suit his lifestyle. Enjoy authentic Memphis cuisine at one of the themed restaurants on the property. Following Graceland, enjoy a brief city motorcoach exploration of Memphis.  
Join us for a unique experience that combines the flavors of the South with captivating entertainment and fascinating stories. Indulge in a mouthwatering southern-inspired lunch as you are entertained by the talented Mark Cash, nephew of the legendary Johnny Cash. Mark will share captivating stories about his iconic uncle, providing an intimate glimpse into the life and legacy of “Uncle Johnny.” 
Learn the fascinating story of the Ryman Auditorium. Constructed in 1880, Thomas G. Ryman built this theater, originally named The Union Gospel Tabernacle, for evangelist Reverend Sam Jones so that his inspiring words could be heard by all. After Ryman’s passing in 1904, the theater’s name was changed to Ryman Auditorium to honor the man who created this historic landmark. Today, the Ryman Auditorium is associated with country music legends and inspiring artists striving to make a name for themselves.
Travel to the heart of the city and walk through the Tennessee Music Pathways historic sites where celebrated musicians have made their mark. Immerse yourself in the stories behind the music that echo through time, before culminating your experience at Dunbar Cave State Park, a treasure trove of musical history where big bands, including Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Lena Horne, and Tommy Dorsey once performed.   
Call today at 877-294-4053 to reserve your stateroom aboard our 9-Day Music Cities cruise and receive Free Airfare and Savings up to $1,000 on select 2024 dates.
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*Savings per stateroom are based on limited availability. Certain restrictions apply. Ship, itinerary, savings, and schedules are subject to change. Reverse itineraries available. Free Airfare available on select dates. Valid on new bookings only. Travel advisors: This offer does not apply to Groups.



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