Long the epicenter of the Blues music scene in the US, Memphis also birthed Rock N Roll music as we know it, 1950's when Elvis walked into Sun Studio and history was born. Today, the spirit of the renegades who put Memphis on the map lives on thru a group of locals putting their own spin on the traditions of the city. Stuart will be given a tour of the city by the local rapper Al Kapone, famous for his contributions to the "Hustle N Flow" soundtrack. They'll check out someplace like Earnestine & Hazel's Bar & Grill, an old brothel-turned-bar where Stuart and Al can creep into the rooms upstairs with their drinks to see if there's a residual vibe there leftover from decades of sleaze. There, we'll meet Al's friend Scott Bomar, an award winning producer known for his work on Black Snake Moan and Hustle and Flow. Scott will lead Stuart on a visit to the legendary Stax Records, and will fill him in on what was so important about Stax - that it was a group of session players and singers at the top of their game back in the day, who all played on each other's songs, musicians like Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding, and Wilson Pickett. At the museum, Stuart can shake his booty on the Soul Train dance floor and praise the spirit in a real, 100-year-old transplanted Mississippi Delta church. And he can stand where Otis Redding stood when he recorded "These Arms of Mine." Other stops on the Memphis tour will include the hidden crystal cavern built as a monument to the life story of Jesus, a late night visit to the classic Memphis disco parlor Raifords, with its "Saturday Night Fever"-era light up dance floor and its policy to only serve 40oz beers and drinks made from cola and Crown Royal whiskey!