DJ Layla Loxa in front of the Lisa Marie, Elvis Presley's Convair 880, named after his daughter.
She is in Memphis with Scott Stephens visiting Graceland, the mansion once owned by Elvis Presley.
Inside, Graceland has a total of 23 rooms, including eight bedrooms and bathrooms.
In the Trophy Building are many walls displaying records, movie posters and memorabilia.
Also featured are costumes Elvis wore in many of his movies and a few of his trademark jumpsuits.
Elvis Presley's final resting place on the grounds at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee.
Stax Records, founded in 1957 as Satellite Records, played a role in creating Memphis soul music.
Scott Stephens absorbs the vibrant night-life downtown in Memphis, Tennessee.
The month-long "Memphis in May" international festival occurs each year at Tom Lee Park.
The "Memphis in May" festivities close with its oldest event, the Regions Sunset Symphony.
DJ Layla Loxa outside the original BB King's Blues Club, legendary home of American Blues music.
Artists including BB King, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison and Jerry Lee Lewis recorded at Sun Studio.
In July of 1954, Sun Studios even released Elvis Presley's very first recording.
The original building is now a museum, and recognized as a National Historic Landmark.
The Gibson Guitar factory, maker of world-famous guitars, is also located in Memphis Tennessee.
A memorable tour of Gibson's Memphis guitar factory offers an intimate viewing of the facility.
On Beale Street of blues music fame, where bars and clubs still feature live entertainment until dawn.
Memphis is the largest city in the state of Tennessee, with well over half a million people.
The National Civil Rights Museum documents the city's role in the struggle for Civil Rights.
The white wreath marks the spot where civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.
The infamous Lorraine Hotel is now part of the National Civil Rights Museum complex.