This tour is pure fun! Come enjoy all the flavors of the Smokies. Whether is sippin’ moonshine, down home comedy, or just enjoying the mountain views, this trip is a hoot! Featuring five live shows and the NEW Redneck Bus Tour. Be ready to laugh and kickback on this one-of-a-kind tour.
American Music beats in the history of Tennessee. It started on the porches of Smoky Mountain farmers and sharecroppers in the Mississippi Delta south of Memphis. It was first recorded in Bristol, evolved through the decades moving to Studios in both Nashville and Memphis, and from the stages of Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry House. The Tennessee Music Pathway is lined by Music History.
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.
Come and listen to the music that defines a nation. It began with Jazz in New Orleans. Then the Blues took it up along the plantations of the Mississippi. Come learn how these two distinct musical style co-mingled, moved north to the Cities after the Civil War and later combined to create Rock n’ Roll. Join us on this great adventure and get your MoJo on.
They came from the South, near Nashville and Memphis. They revolutionized American Music and this wonderful tour visits their homes, music stages and celebrates the iconic sounds that changed the world. Gather your group, listen for the sounds, look for their footprints and chase the 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.
To paraphrase the legendary Muddy Waters, “The Blues got married to The Jazz, and they had themselves a baby they named Rock and Roll.” This trip is a little climb down the family tree as we enjoy the heritage and a little music history from the Mississippi Delta to Graceland.
There are so many shows and theaters to choose from, that we think you should try do everything. This three night package includes a show every evening plus one in the morning, one matinee, The Titanic Museum and a full day at Dollywood.
The Best! The most exciting, Up-Close, Music Industry Experience you can buy. This tour gives you a personal time with Songwriters. You’ll participate in a Recording Session, see and hear live music shows, and learn about the difficulty of breaking into the Music Business Industry. Plus you’ll see famous sights and more. Our 4 Day Songwriters Platinum Version is a deluxe experience that is a day longer and includes more admissions and meals than the New Release and Gold Record.
From the third week of November through Christmas week, the Gaylord Opryland Hotel is host to a special event titled “A Country Christmas” which includes spectacular holiday lights, a Christmas Dinner Party, and an exhibit called “ICE!” It is four weeks of non-stop holiday fun! When would you like to go?