“Music is the great uniter. An incredible force. Something that people who differ on everything and anything else can have in common.” ― Sarah Dessen

This past Saturday was the first-ever Shoals Fest here in Alabama, organized by singer and guitarist Jason Isbell. Shoals Fest celebrated the rich musical history of the Shoals area with a day full of shows across the Florence and Muscle Shoals area. After enjoying the festivities, we were inspired to explore and share the Muscle Shoals sound legacy and the studios and artists keeping those traditions alive and well today.

Shoals Fest

“Catching Up with Jason Isbell”

Muscle Shoals Sound Studio

Fame Recording Studio

Muscle Shoals, the movie

“This is Muscle Shoals: The Playlist”

An interview with Rick Hall on NPR

Single Lock Records

Cedric Burnside + Benton County Relic (To purchase the t-shirts featured in this Journal post give us a call 256-760-1090.)

Single Lock: Then and Now

@ Alabama Chanin

Seats are still open at the table for The Friends of the Café Dinner featuring chef Tandy Wilson. Purchase your tickets here or give us a call at 256-760-1090.

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