On Saturday, the history of Royal Studios, one of the Bluff City’s great musical institutions, will be the subject of a star-studded celebration at the Orpheum, with a concert event titled “Sixty Soulful Years.” The climax of a three-part series of shows in 2017 celebrating Royal's 60th anniversary, the Orpheum lineup will feature R&B crooner Anthony Hamilton, pop hit-maker Boz Scaggs and bluesman Robert Cray among a couple dozen performers saluting the South Memphis studio that birthed Hi...
When it comes to the history of American music, Memphis has been many things: the birthplace of the blues, ground zero for the revolution of rock 'n' roll, and the city that perfected soul. Of equal importance is the fact that Memphis has historically been a crucial center for music recording. Certainly, on a per capita basis, Bluff City studios have produced more important, more chart making, and more award-winning records than any place on earth.
R&B star Anthony Hamilton, pop hitmaker Boz Scaggs and bluesman Robert Cray will be among the musical acts appearing as part of a concert celebrating the 60th anniversary of Memphis' Royal Studios this month. Downtown’s Orpheum will be the site of a “Royal 60” anniversary show on Nov. 18.
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