The Locals Guide to Florence, Alabama - I grew up in Florence/ Muscle Shoals area so I don't think this counts but I do if you're looking for a true slow paced getaway you should travel to Florence (take it from SL!)

The Locals’ Guide to Florence, Alabama

The Locals Guide to Florence, Alabama - I grew up in Florence/ Muscle Shoals area so I don't think this counts but I do if you're looking for a true slow paced getaway you should travel to Florence (take it from SL!)

The Magic Wall in Florence, Alabama: The longest non-mortared freestanding wall in North America

The Magic Wall in Florence, Alabama: The longest non-mortared freestanding wall in North America

Etta James recording at Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, 1967

Etta James recording at Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, 1967

The Small Town In Alabama That's One Of The Coolest In The U.S.

The Small Town In Alabama That's One Of The Coolest In The U.S.

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Citrus-chili grilled gulf shrimp with roasted peppers & tomatoes, green beans, cucumber and cumin vinaigrette| © Abraham Rowe Photography/Courtesy Odette

Top 10 Restaurants You Should Try In Florence, Alabama

Citrus-chili grilled gulf shrimp with roasted peppers & tomatoes, green beans, cucumber and cumin vinaigrette| © Abraham Rowe Photography/Courtesy Odette

Muscle Shoals, Alabama my birthplace AND recording capital... read the history!

Muscle Shoals, Alabama my birthplace AND recording capital... read the history!

The Muscle Shoals Sound Studio was formed in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, in 1969 when musicians Barry Beckett (keyboards), Roger Hawkins (drums), Jimmy Johnson (guitar) and David Hood (bass) (called The Swampers) left FAME Studios to create their own studio. The Muscle Shoals Sound Rhythm Section, as they became known, was the first rhythm section to own its own studio and, eventually its own publishing and production companies.

The Muscle Shoals Sound Studio was formed in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, in 1969 when musicians Barry Beckett (keyboards), Roger Hawkins (drums), Jimmy Johnson (guitar) and David Hood (bass) (called The Swampers) left FAME Studios to create their own studio. The Muscle Shoals Sound Rhythm Section, as they became known, was the first rhythm section to own its own studio and, eventually its own publishing and production companies.

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