Thank you for checking out our Country Music Tours. It is a great addition for your viewers of the documentary. We are already working with some PBS station on upcoming tours.
All tours are tailor-made, so we can design the number of days you are interested in and the places you visit.
Below is only a sampling of the places your viewers can enjoy. You can do one city, a few or all. It is up to you. We will discuss your time frame, budget and interests and create a one of a kind itinerary. As with all our Public Media trips, we want to make it easy for you. You promote the trip to your viewers and we do all the administrative work, from taking the calls, answering the questions, taking the payments, sending out trip information, etc. Your station can request an amount you wish to make per trip and within two weeks from the end of the tour, we send you that amount. It’s that easy.
Here are just a few stops we can make:
Muscle Shoals, Alabama
Muscle Shoals is he original studio where a variety of famous music legends cut the wax and number one hits such as Aretha Franklin, Wilson Picket, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan just to name a few.
Sun Records, an American independent record label founded by Sam Phillips in Memphis, Tennessee in 1950. Sun was the first company to record Elvis Presley, Charlie Rich, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Johnny Cash
Stax Museum of American Soul Music
Memphis Music Hall of Fame Rock and Soul Museum
Memphis Guitar Factory
Johnny Cash Museum Patsy Cline Museum
Ryman Auditorium, one of the original homes of the Grand Ole Opry
Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum
RCA studio B tour
Grand Ole Opry
Songbirds Guitar Museum, exploring the collection of over 500 rare, vintage guitars.
You can reach us on our toll free number at 877-479-7040 to discuss a tour or email carrie (at) culturalcrossroads.com
We look forward to hearing from you.