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Home to the annual Shannon Street Blues Festival sitting between Memphis and Nashville, Jackson's roots are to be found in the Civil War, railroads and the Southern styles of rockabilly, blues and gospel music. The rockabilly legend Carl Perkins (aka the blue suede shoes man) lived in Jackson and this was where the very first Hard Rock Cafe was founded in Jackson's Old Hickory Mill.

With a nickname of the "Heart of the Music Highway", this is where Casey Jones the world's railroad legend lived. Jackson is the largest city in the Madison County and the second largest in West Tennessee. It is also home to the Tennessee Supreme Court that was established in 1834 when Jackson was a major city in the West. Historically a cotton area, it soon became the hub of the railroad systems in 1851. You can take a walk down memory lane at the Casey Jones Home & Railroad Museum in the iconic Casey Jones Village, or check out one of several Civil War battlefields dotted around, such as Parker's Crossroads or Salem Cemetery. Check out the Lane College Historic District where you can uncover the African American heritage. If you are into music, you should go to the Rock-A-Billy Hall of Fame or for the shopaholics, check out the eclectic shops on offer. There is Rusty's TV and Movie Car Museum for the odd bods and the historic Bemis Mill Village to wander around.

Failing all else, don the hiking boots and head off for a trek in the Natchez Trace State Park.

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