The heart and soul of American Music beats in the history of Nashville, Memphis and the Kentucky countryside These are the places where the inspiration for our uniquely American Music styles were born and where they grew to maturity. You’ll hear Country, Bluegrass, Blues, Rock n’ Roll and Soul. Why, you’ll even have the chance to write and perform a song of your own.
This special event celebrates Country Music from 1955 thru the 80’s and recognizes the Legend of the Wheeling Jamboree with two great musical shows at The Capitol Theatre, including the 86th Anniversary Show featuring Marty Stuart. It also features an exciting Johnny Cash “Outlaw Prison Concert” and dinner show inside the West Virginia Penitentiary.
This is a celebration of Country Music History, a Spectacular Event is set in the beautiful mountains of SW Virginia where country music was born. Follow us onto “The Crooked Road,” a 300 mile long Heritage Trail that crosses the frontier of the recording industry, with the memory of Virginia’s Country Music Legends.
It was the most important event in the History of Country Music. In 1927 in the mountains of Virginia, a talent scout for the Victor Talking Machine Co spent 8 days making the first ever musical recordings. Known as the ‘Bristol Sessions’ that event has also been called “The Big Bang of Country Music,” bring your group and see Country’s origin at the hallowed Carter Family Fold, and its glory at the Grand Ole Opry.
This sightseeing tour is about listening & learning. It’s about Music & Recording. It’s about the 50’s in Memphis (already Home of the Blues), and Sun Studios giving birth to Rock n’ Roll. It’s about the 1960’s and music studios in Muscle Shoals, AL turning Albums into Gold. Come visit these Studios, cut a group record and learn about producing music.
Wrapping itself around the mountains of SW Virginia, is a heritage trail preserving the region’s musical history, and deep back in the hills is a winding stream where people say the music began. What is true for sure, is that people here enjoyed their front porch music at the end of the day and gospel on Sunday morning. It was peaceful and harmonic, until one day, circumstances conspired to create what Johnny Cash called “The Big Bang of Country Music” – the day that music records were born.
This Nashville/Pigeon Forge musical tour combines these two music destinations (less than 4 hours apart). Let us customize a trip for you at Christmas, or in Autumn when the leaves have turned. Combining the beauty and theaters of the Smokies with the Grand Ole Opry and music attractions of Nashville is a winner. We’ll help you select shows that will rock the bus.
America’s largest Group Tour Halloween Party is in Louisville at the end of October 2019! It features The Phantom’s Masquerade, a costumed dinner gala and the original movie “Phantom of the Opera,” The Jack O-Lantern Spectacular & the Crypt Kicker Five, and the finale is a night with the Headless Horseman at Churchill Downs. This is the most interesting and entertaining Halloween Tour ever sold to groups. It’s a Graveyard Smash that should sell-out in a flash.
1969 began with The Fifth Dimensions hit “The Age of Aquarius” on top of the charts. Later that year Neil Armstrong walked on the Moon and then 400,000 other people walked onto a New York Farm for a Rock and Roll Festival called Woodstock. This evening is for all of your customers who were teenagers in 1969. But especially for those who were either too young, or not allowed to go. It’s time they finally “got to Woodstock.”
This package includes a pre-Woodstock Anniversary stay in Chicago, just as they did in 1969 people came from across America to be at Woodstock. This tour is planned for mid-western groups, who can’t drive all the way at once. It features several unique Musical Events in Chicago so that “By the time you get to Woodstock, you’ll be rockin’ strong, and everywhere is a song and a celebration.”