The 50s and 60s Remembered

Travel is coming back and we’re excited to present an exciting cruise opportunity right here in the good old USA!

Join us on the historic American Queen Steamboat as we sail the Ohio River from Louisville to Memphis. Plus, we’ll be celebrating the BEST MUSICAL ERA EVER – the 50s and 60s!

This special 9-day cruise package includes 1-night pre-cruise hotel at the luxurious Brown Hotel in Louisville, plus a 7-night cruise on the beautifully restored American Queen, and a COMPLIMENTARY DRINK PACKAGE throughout the cruise! So join us as we rewind the clock and take you back to the feel-good music that dominated the 1950s and ’60s.

OVERVIEW

As we sail the Ohio, we’ll depart Louisville for visits in other charming Kentucky towns along the river. We’ll also visit Missouri before we make our way into Tennessee, ultimately ending up in Memphis!

MUSIC

From the music to the onboard events, you’ll be transported to one of the most iconic periods of Rock ‘n’ Roll. So, put on your dancin’ shoes, bring out that old poodle skirt and get ready for this exclusive musical experience.

TERRY MIKE JEFFREY

Veteran singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Terry Mike Jeffrey began singing on stages at the age of 3. Fronting his own band since the early ‘70’s, he has performed all over the planet. A unique entertainer singing musical styles from most genres all of his life, Terry Mike is especially known world-wide for his presentation of Elvis Presley’s music.

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A Bit of 50s / 60s Music History!

In the early ’50s, the emergence of artists such as Bill Haley, with chart-toppers such as “Rock Around the Clock,” had America swinging to a whole new sound. Along with rock and roll emerged other musical genres, such as doo-wop, rhythm and blues, and country.

The early part of the 1960s was an extension of the doo-wop sound and poignant ballads that led the charts in the late ’50s. The baby boomers, then teenagers, loved to dance, and TV shows such as “American Bandstand” influenced the popularity of the Twist, the Swim, and the Pony, just to name a few. Boogie down memory lane with our full lineup of nostalgic activities, including a malt shop, sock hops, and music expert Barbara Sims discussing the legendary Sun Studio of Memphis, Tennessee – recording home to stars such as Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Charlie Rich.

Add sensational ensemble performances by the American Queen’s brilliant entertainers, and you can joyfully relive the pop-culture crazes of the ’50s and ’60s on this fun, carefree cruise catered to the young at heart!


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