MSN names Stax Museum one of 29 places in the world to visit if you love the 1960s

What do Abby Road Studios in London, Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco, the Woodstock Festival Site in Bethel, New York, the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburg, and the Stax Museum of American Soul Music all have in common? They were all among MSN’s recent list of 29 Places to Visit if you Love the 1960s. MSN wrote, “In addition to rock, the ’60s were a prime era for soul music, as defined by Motown in Detroit and Stax Records. The latter studio went bankrupt in 1976, but is now restored to one of the world’s only soul music museums, with vintage video footage and exhibits showcasing the genre’s history, recording equipment, and influential artists from Stax and other labels including Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin, Isaac Hayes, Al Green, and Sam Cooke.”

Read full MSN article HERE.