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@BenHarper rocking the house with Charlie Musselwhite at Irving Plaza, January 29th, 2013 in celebration of their new album release #GetUp! Stream the album now for free at

Warren Haynes Band with William Bell at the Beacon Theater 2011. William Bell co-wrote Born Under A Bad Sign with Booker T. Jones.

Otis Redding in Oslo, Norway during the Stax/Volt tour of 1967. The tour was affectionately dubbed Hit The Road Stax and included Booker T & The MGs, The Mar-Keys, Arthur Conley, Eddie Floyd and Otis Redding.

"In Session" Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan recorded live for television on December 6, 1983, at CHCH-TV studios in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Initially King wasn't going to do the show as he didn't know who Stevie Ray Vaughan was. He didn't realize that Stevie Ray Vaughan was actually 'little Stevie', the 'skinny kid' that he let sit in when King played in Texas. When he realized who Stevie Ray Vaughan was, he agreed to play.

Booker T. Jones said: "We recorded a Blues which we called "Behave Yourself," and I played it on a Hammond M3 organ. Jim Stewart told us that we needed a song for the B-side, since we couldn't have a one-sided record. We tried a tune I wrote for piano on Hammond organ so that the record would have organ on both sides and that turned out to be "Green Onions.'"When asked what prompted the title Booker replied, "Because that is the nastiest thing I can think of and it's something you throw away."

Videos » Stax Museum

Here is some true Soul Train funk with the first band ever to appear on Soul Train, the Bar-Kays!

First Stax logo

Estelle Axton and Jim Stewart, brother and sister who were the founders of Satellite Records in 1957, which Jim later renamed Stax by combining the first 2 letters of his last name and the first 2 letters of his sister's last name.

Gallery Tour » Stax Museum

Isaac Hayes at WattStax. Isaac was such a kind and gentle soul. He's very much missed at Stax.