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Graceland Meditation Garden | 27:Fifty (1991)
Episode 5

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Here in the Meditation Garden at Graceland, Elvis is buried right beside his parents, and paternal grandmother. Flowers from Elvis fans around the world continue to arrive to this very day.
Graceland Tour, Continued | 27:Fifty (1991)
Episode 4

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Jim Welch shows the office building where Vernon Presley took care of administrative affairs, and the “smoke house” which Elvis occasionally used for target practice. The “Trophy Room” was the place...
Graceland Tour | 27:Fifty (1991)
Episode 1

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Graceland was the home of Elvis Presley, the "King of Rock and Roll." Jim Welch takes viewers around the home, showcasing the home's furnishings, as well as artifacts from Elvis' life, including his...
The Mobros - Excuse Me | Palmetto Scene

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Listen to soul, rock and Americana fusion band, The Mobros, perform their original song, "Excuse Me" from their album, Walking with a Different Stride . To learn more about The Mobros, visit Palmetto...
The Mobros - Mississippi Woman | Palmetto Scene

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Listen to soul, rock and Americana fusion band, The Mobros, perform their original song, "Mississippi Woman". To learn more about The Mobros, visit Palmetto Scene . Song used with permission from...
Rock and Roll | Gullah Music
Episode 9

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Blues and country music contributed to a style called rhythm and blues. This was an early form of what we now call rock and roll. It appealed to a younger audience that liked to dance to the sounds of...
Pop & Soul | Gullah Music
Episode 10

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Rhythm and blues was an early form of rock and roll but it also contributed to a smoother sounding musical style called soul. In 1960, Berry Gordy, Jr. began a recording label in Detroit, Michigan...
Concert in the Park | Artopia

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A Closer Look Danielle Howle has been called "a southern storyteller with a gorgeous sense of melody." She tells stories through her songs. Like poetry, songs often leave out more than they put in...