Hot Links Directory

The Astors

The Brothers Unlimited

Calvin Rayborn


Stax Museum (Official Site)


Beale Street

Booker T. Jones

Steve Cropper

Isaac Hayes

William Bell

The Bo-Keys

The Memphis Guide

Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau

Memphis Music Events

Rock & Soul Museum

Civil Rights Museum


Form PA to Copyright an original composition,

Form SR to Copyright a sound recording .......Details


BEST MEMPHIS The best and biggest Memphis directory and Memphis resource site on the Internet.


WebSites Unlimited's Memphis Directory Featuring

Memphis Music


 • Events & VenuesMuseumsMusic ServicesArtist

Calvin Rayborn






Click here for featured Event Schedules, and Venue Links in the Memphis Area

Visit our Favorite and Featured Sites

Click here for more information


We invite you to celebrate the 134th Birthday of W.C. Handy "Father of the Blues" with us at the Eleventh Annual W.C. Handy Heritage Awards honoring "Authentic Beale Street Musicians", on Sunday, November 18,2007 at the Gipson Beale St. Showcase at 145 George W. Lee. Presented by the W.C. Handy Memphis Home and Museum, which is managed by Heritage Tours, the awards honors scores of Memphis musicians who have continued in W.C. Handy's great legacy. This years Awards will join with the city in paying tribute to the 50th Anniversary of Soul Music, saluting Stax and High Records. The awards also supports the preservation of the W.C. Handy Memphis Home and Museum, located in the Beale St. Historic District.

Presented by

W.C. Handy Memphis Museum Preservation Fund

For more information and invitations


Heritage Tours Inc.

(901) 527-3427

This information and logos from the authenticW.C. Handy Heritage Awards web site at:

Lifetime Music Achievement -Koko Taylor

Music Business Award - Polly Walker

Authentic Beale Street Musicians

Eddie Floyd - Ronnie Williams - Lewis Keel

Deborah Manning - Thomas

Fred Sanders - The Astors


Jimmy Luncford - Larry Lee - Oscar Smith

Calvin Rayborn


On Sunday September 24, 2006 at New Bethel Temple C.O.G.I.C. 3371 Park Ave. Memphis, TN, Calvin Rayborn was awarded the BEST SOLO ARTIST OF THE YEAR trophy.


Calvin appeared on the Bobby Jones Gospel, TV broadcast on the Word Network, Saturday April 16th




 Gospel CD

by Memphian, singer/musician/songwriter/producer,


Sacred Love Records, Memphis, Tennessee

For Calvin's next Appearance, or to Order

go to.........

Calvin Rayborn Webpage, Click Here

 New CD Release, "Matte' , wife of Kousi, Producer & CEO of High Pyramid Records & former member of Memphis group, Capitol Records', The Brothers Unlimited.

Matte' webpage, Click here

The Bell Singers of Memphis, Tennessee

"God Is Wonderful" 2005

The Bell Singers have been singing gospel music for 32 years, their album "God Is Wonderful" recorded at Scared Love Records Studios in Memphis, TN is the groups sixth recording.


The Bo-Keys

the Royal Sessions.

Recorded at Willie Mitchell's Royal Studio in Memphis, former Stax musicians, drummer Willie Hall, guitarist Charles "Skip" Pitts, and organist Ronnie Williams, along with trumpeter Marc Franklin, saxophonist Jim Spake, and bassist/producer Scott Bomar, was expressed this way in Philadelphia Weekly, "Soul stew from heaven... partly soul groove flashback and nouveau R&B, with tastes of Latin and hip-hop thrown in for seasoning, the Bo-Keys jam with the kind of confident voguish swagger that reminds you why the soul of Memphis burns eternal."

more Bo-Keys info.......

Monday Feb. 28, 2005, The Bo-Keys performed at Stax Museum in Studio A, to a cabaret type setting and a full house, and they were great. "Skip" , Willie Hall, and Ben Cauley reminisced, between songs, about the times in Studio A when they were recording with Rufus, Isaac, and The Bar-Kays. The crowd was treated to Stax history, original songs from The Bo-Keys new CD, as well as the old standards from the Stax vault of hits. It was a wonderful evening.

Memphis Music 

People - Places - Events - Venues

Stax Museum of American Soul Music UpDate by Curtis Johnson of (The ASTORS)

 October 15 and 16, 2004

SOUL-A-THON 2004! The largest fund-raiser of the year for the Stax Museum of American Soul Music & Stax Music Academy October 15 and 16. WRBO Soul Classics 103.5 broadcast live from the Stax Music Academy.

Astors, Curtis Johnson, Samuel Jone, Elihue Stanback, and Soulsville President and CEO Deanie Parker (center) and Guest, after the Astors interview on Soulclassics 103.5FM during the Soul-A-Thon 2004.



The Astors, Samuel Jones, Eliehue Stanback, and Curtis Johnson on-the-air interview on Soulclassics 103.5FM during the SOUL-A-THON 2004 from the Stax Music Academy.



The Stax Site All about Stax Records, past, present, and future, and more by Patrick Montier, in Brittany France, the most complete and current information about Stax, and Stax Artist, on the Web. History, Discography, and the latest information and photos about each Stax artist , and the Stax Museum, and Music Academy.

  Sun Studiowhere Rock 'n' Roll began 50 years ago with Elvis Presley, Ike Turner, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Charlie Rich, The Climates, and more.

        Featured Memphis Artist Links

B.B. KingOfficial web site of The King of The Blues.(Link)

Booker T. Jonesthe official Site of Booker T. Jones of Booker T. & The MG's (Link)

Steve CropperThe official Site of Steve Cropper of Booker T & The MG's, Actor, Producer, Writer, and Guitar player on most all sessions at Stax. (Link)

Isaac Hayes News, biography, discography, and message

board. (Link)


  William BellFormer Stax Artist and Grammy Award Winning Performer. William is a true Pioneer of Soul and R&B Music

Curtis' Personal Home Page Curtis Johnson (The Astors/The Brothers

Unlimited) personal home page.

Songwriting Tips Curtis' personal song writing tips. (Copyright Information)

Created and Designed by Curtis Johnson