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Cedar Hill Farm is a family owned and operated farm with 120 acres of rolling hills, surrounded by cedar tree lined fences and woods. Each year improvements are made to make Cedar Hill Farm one of the top Agri-Tourism businesses in the Mid-South.
In this cemetery are pioneer Blues giant Charley Patton and fellow Bluesmen Willie James Foster and Asie Payton.
Gravesite of Charley Patton, the founder of Delta Blues.
The son of a Sledge sharecropper, Charley Frank Pride first won notice as a singer when music was just a sideline to his early baseball career. Taking a shot at what seemed an unlikely career in Nashville, he went on to record fifty-two Top Ten singles, twenty-eight of them No. 1 hits.
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Church Street catered to every need of the African-American community during the segregation era, when most area residents worked in the cotton fields during the week and came to town on weekends. Church Street (later designated Church Avenue) offered everything from doctors' offices to tailoring shops, from shoe shine stands to ice cream parlors, from Saturday night Blues to Sunday morning church services. B. B. King often played for tips on the street as a teenager in the 1940s.
pumpkin patch, corn maze, child-sized haybale maze, wagon rides, hay rides, snacks & refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area, gift shop
Miniature golf, pony rides, petting zoo, playground area, bounce room, punpkin patch, hay rides, fee fishing, parties, camps and field trips.
Club Ebony is one of the best known juke joints in the state. Since 1945, the club has hosted such icons as Count Basie, Ray Charles, James Brown, Ike Turner, Little Milton, Willie Clayton, Albert King, Bobby Bland, Howlin' Wolf, and B. B. King.
The intersection of old Highways 10 and 61 was a popular gathering place for Blues musicians to earn tips.
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