While overall I would say that I have the least experience in the South, some of my absolute favorites memories have taken place below the Mason-Dixon Line.  Trips to Disney World, Epcot, Universal Islands of Adventure.  Swimming with dolphins in Key West.  Visiting my grandmother in Tampa.  Witnessing a thrilling Northwestern vs. Auburn game at the 2010 Outback Bowl.  And then there was the Great 2007 Roadtrip: A & A Take American By Storm during which my best friend and I had MULTIPLE unforgettable experiences in Tennessee alone (Memphis, Nashville, Oak Ridge, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge) – beating out every other state we drove through, in addition to surviving a couple terrifying thunderstorms.  And Cadillac Ranch.  In fact, I’m going to say that the South might be the richest route of roadtrip treasures there is.  And if you don’t believe me, just ask me about Julian’s Pizza and Karaoke.

America The Beautiful: Moonshine and Sweet Tea by TAtunes

Check out Murder by Death at the Troubadour TONIGHT.  Their new album Good Morning, Magpie just dropped on April 6.  Get tickets to the show here and buy the album here

Need more Louisiana?  Check out “Baton Rouge Ballad” by The Dirty Diamond and see him live at The Hotel Cafe on April 15 at 10pm.  Tickets here.

Lastly, for the video of the day here’s a great sequence using one of my favorite songs in a movie with a ton of equally great music.  When it comes to music in film, the Coen Brothers really do it right: