The Second Belle Sofa Soiree To Provide Music For For 11 Hours Just because we can't go out to hear live music doesn't mean we can't rock out at home. And you can do just that with a free virtual on-line concert put on by musicians from Knoxville, TN. Called the Second Belle Sofa Soiree, it will take place Saturday, March 28, for a whopping 11 hours, starting … [Read more...]
Travel, sightseeing, events and lifestyle blog posts from and about Tennessee from a native Tennessean.
WDIA Radio Also Added By Gov. Bill Lee Known for its blues and BBQ, the the Beale Street Historic District in Memphis now has another distinction in its relation to history and culture. It is part of the U.S. Civil Rights Trail, along with Memphis radio station WDIA. Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced the addition of these two local landmarks to the trail during a … [Read more...]
An Ale Trail, Knox Brew Tours And Some 20 Breweries Are Rocking The New Rocky Top By Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Beer Blogger (And Knoxville Native) In the land of Rocky Top, where Jack and Coke is the preferred beverage at UT football games and the area's signature song says people "get their corn from a jar," another beverage is scoring big points with locals: craft … [Read more...]
Craft Beer Lovers Have Plenty Of Brews In K-Town By Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Beer Blogger Just west and over the Smoky Mountains from Asheville, N.C. – the Southeastern USA's equivalent of Portland, Oregon – sits my hometown of Knoxville, TN. While Knoxville has the University of Tennessee, TVA and the Great Smoky Mountains just over its shoulder, Asheville has … [Read more...]
The Sky's The Limit At One Of The Top Things To Do In The Smoky Mountains By Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Travel Blogger The Gatlinburg Sky Bridge is one of the most popular tourist attractions in a town full of them. And for good reason. First of all, it's one of the best bargains in the entire Smoky Mountains and one of the best of any travel destination … [Read more...]
Longest Suspension Bridge In North America Is A Pleasant Stroll In The Smokies By Kevin Wilkerson, PubClub.com Travel Blogger From the ground – and particularly from a distance – the Gatlinburg SkyBridge looks like something you would want to take a deep breath and even consider leaving a note to your next of kin just in case things go wrong before purchasing your … [Read more...]