We Rocked the World Trolley Tours continue Saturday, Aug. 17…Tour will showcase Sheffield music attractions that rocked the world

By  | July 20, 2019 | Filed under: News

SHEFFIELD-Colbert County Tourism and Convention Bureau’s series of “We Rocked the
World” trolley tours, continue Saturday, Aug. 17.

The tour, led by music historian George Lair, will showcase Sheffield’s
music attractions, including the original location of Muscle Shoals Sound at
3614 Jackson Highway, Cypress Moon Studios (the second location of Muscle
Shoals Sound), and the Earl “Peanutt” Montgomery Music Museum.  Other
attractions Lair will point out and discuss include Broadway Recording
Studio, Widget Recording Studio, the Percy Sledge/Norala Studio historical
marker and the Singing River Statue in front of Park Place.  Participants
will meet at Colbert County Tourism, 719 U.S. Highway 72, Tuscumbia at 12:30
p.m. to begin the 4-hour tour.

The cost of the tour, including admission to the attractions is $40.
Participants will receive a complimentary copy of Colbert County Tourism’s
audio tour on CD that provides turn-by-turn directions and commentary about
area music and historic attractions. Tickets are available at the Colbert
County Tourism office or by calling 256-383-0783.

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