Delta Hills Pines River Coast

Who you will meet. What you will see.

Giants of country music—its Father, First Lady, High Priest and even its “Hillbilly Cat”—were born here. For every Jimmie Rodgers, Tammy Wynette, Conway Twitty and Elvis Presley, there is another Mississippian whose talent surpassed stereotypes to greatly expand country music and its fan base. From Charley Pride, the most successful African American artist in the genre, to “Mississippi Girl” Faith Hill, a huge pop-crossover star, to the many others whose names are less known, Mississippians have made their marks on country music. The Country Music Trail commemorates their many varied contributions and influences as well as the places that cradled their creativity.

Ben Peters Delta Hollandale Ben Peters Map
Bob Ferguson Pines Philadelphia Bob Ferguson Map
Bobbie Gentry Delta Greenwood Bobbie Gentry Map
Carl Jackson Pines Louisville Carl Jackson Map
Charley Pride Delta Sledge Charley Pride Map
Chris LeDoux Coast Biloxi Chris LeDoux Map
Conway Twitty Delta Friars Point Conway Twitty Map
Country Music Comes of Age Pines Meridian Country Music Comes of Age Map
Elsie McWilliams Pines Meridian Elsie McWilliams Map
Elvis Country Hills Tupelo Elvis Country Map
Hank Cochran Delta Isola Hank Cochran Map
Jerry Clower Capital/River Liberty Jerry Clower Map
Jesse Rodgers Pines Waynesboro Jesse Rodgers Map
Jimmie Rodgers Pines Meridian Jimmie Rodgers Map
Johnny Russell Delta Moorhead Johnny Russell Map
Leake County Revelers Pines Sebastopol Leake County Revelers Map
Mac McAnally Hills Belmont Mac McAnally Map
Marty Stuart Pines Philadelphia Marty Stuart Map
Moe Bandy Pines Meridian Moe Bandy Map
O.B. McClinton Delta Senatobia O.B. McClinton Map
Paul Overstreet Coast Vancleave Paul Overstreet Map
Rod Brasfield Pines Smithville Rod Brasfield Map
Smith County Jamboree Delta Polkville Smith County Jamboree Map
Sparta Opry Pines Sparta Sparta Opry Map
T. Tommy Cutrer Capital/River Osyka T. Tommy Cutrer Map
Tammy Wynette Hills Tremont Tammy Wynette Map