“Chasing the Gray Coats” is a historical journey based on Gen. Sherman’s, Civil War Era, March to the Sea. It features some fact, some fiction, some great dining and a few good times. Gather your troops and explore Chattanooga, Atlanta and Savannah. Learn a little about the Civil War, a lot about three cities and enjoy dining at the most famous Southern Restaurants in America.
Come to Pigeon Forge for the biggest gathering in Southern Gospel . . . the National Quartet Convention! For over 50 year NQC has showcased the very best in Southern Gospel music and is now doing so in a beautiful new performance hall. Let U.S. Tours-Tennessee customize just the right trip for you. Join us in 2018, you can expect main floor seating at the Quartet Convention combined with all the other great Smoky Mountain attractions.
This unique Musical Party Tour features Mardi Gras without the Bourbon Street Crazies. You’ll attend a Mardi Gras Ball, and watch a Parade from the comfort of your groups private tent. So make this a quick winter getaway to the casino hotels on the warm Gulf Coast.
The first Tuesday of every December is U S Tours Blue Christmas Party at Graceland. Enjoy a special evening Mansion Tour. Come see “The Lights at Graceland,” enjoy the Presley home at Night, as it would have looked on Christmas Eve when the family lived there. This U S Tours “Spectacular Event” was a sellout in 2016 and 2017! Book Early.
The roots of American music are firmly planted in the South. There’s no better way to understand southern music or life than to visit the lyrical landscape of the Delta. Here Antebellum Homes and Plantations are surrounded by soulful blues, brassy jazz, Cajun accordions, calliopes and gospel choirs. Come listen to music.
It’s a very simple recipe. Your take two parts Memphis (get your Mojo simmering) . . . then add New Orleans . . . then you combine two parts of the French Quarter (oh my). . . and Baby, you’ve got a dish that’s gonna make your feet start dancin’ on the street.
The heart and soul of American Music beats in the history of Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans. These are the towns where the inspiration for our uniquely American Music styles were born and where they grew to maturity. On this three city tour you’ll hear Country, Bluegrass, Blues, Rock n’ Roll, Soul, Dixieland Jazz, and Cajun. Why, you’ll even have the chance to write and perform a song of your own.
Come and listen to the music that defines a nation. You learn the basics with Dixieland Jazz in New Orleans then hear the influence of Creole and Cajun Music in the Louisiana Bayous before embarking on the Mississippi Blue Trail. Armed with that rudimentary knowledge of Jazz you learn of slave music on the plantations, and hear how it co-mingled with Jazz, then moved north into the Cities of America after our slaves were freed. While Jazz and Blues were two distinct music forms – they also combined to create Rock n’ Roll. Join us on this great adventure and get your Mojo on.
A historical journey? Or a good time with learning? They should always be one and the same. Join us as we learn about Prohibition in Knoxville , an infamous address on Thunder Road. Sample Moonshine. Visit Alcatraz East a new museum with exhibits ranging from the Gangster Era to O J Simpson. Then enjoy the newest dinner show in Pigeon. A restaurant and theater that doesn’t advertise because they don’t want the coppers to find em. Join us at the Smoky Mountain Speakeasy – but ya gotta promise not tell anyone where it is.
From the Birthplace of Country Music and the first recordings in 1927 to the modern era of I-Pods and Satellite Broadcasts, you’ll explore the recording of music. From the simple Joys of singing on the porch to the electrifying sounds that rocked the world. This tour is about the music of America and the Recording Studios that produced it.