Rockin' in Memphis

Improper Bostonian, Sept. 2016

"Tennessee’s largest city, Memphis was founded in 1819, 40 years after the Volunteer State’s capital. But it somehow feels older, more storied, with more secrets waiting within the walls of its enduring, eclectic architecture—from art deco to neo-classical—on the swampy banks of the Mississippi River. Nashville, now the de facto Southern choice for destination bachelorettes, has glitz and glamour. But Memphis, often dubbed the birthplace of rock ’n’ roll and a prominent place in the history of the civil rights movement, feels full of grit and ghosts."  Read More. 

- Scott Kearnan, Improper Bostonian