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The Hard Rock Cafe celebrated its new location on Beale Street. The Bar-Kays are the greatest.
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The Hard Rock Cafe christened its new location on Beale on Thursday, October 24th. The Bar-Kays presented suits to the Hard Rock and then set the place on fire with a killer set.
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The line ran down Beale Street as media, tourists, and fans crowded the Lansky building, which now houses the Hard Rock, the Memphis Music Hall of Fame, and Lansky's Clothiers.
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Gibson guitars lined the street.
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The mannequins wearing Bar-Kays suits presented a curious sight before they were unveiled.
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The aptly named DJ Tree worked the porch under the glow of the Orpheum.
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Hard Rock CEO Hamish Dodds addressed the crowd.
Larry Dodson and James Alexander of the Bar-Kays are the best at unveiling suits. There is no competition. Don't even try.
The Bar-Kays document decades of stalwart fashion leadership.
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James Alexander.
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Dodds presents a ginormous check to John Doyle, the executive director of the Memphis Music Hall of Fame.
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The Bar-Kays at work.
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There should be a degree program that teaches people how to be like James Alexander.
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Hamish Dodds surveys the property.
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There is more celebration this weekend. See the Memphis Flyer music listings or you'll miss everything.
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Joe Boone
The Hard Rock Cafe christened its new location on Beale on Thursday, October 24th. The Bar-Kays presented suits to the Hard Rock and then set the place on fire with a killer set.

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