When remembering cultural icons of the 1960s, we think of Elvis Presley, JFK, Jackie Kennedy to name a few. The 1960s gave rise to popular culture in film and music which reflected the decade's social upheavals. This period influenced American society and culture, defining what we now understand as Americana. It was also a decade of revolution, protest and change in politics and society leaving an indelible mark on the American psyche. Indeed the city of Memphis is unique in music history because it’s thought to be the birthplace of rhythm & blues helping to shape the genre of rock ‘n roll. In this episode we step into the world of Memphis soul with Sue Moreno, an international songwriter and performer embodying grace and style. She discusses her forthcoming album of which, I’m Here, is the first release. This ground breaking work touches the soul with her exotic, smoldering vocals and reverberates across audience bases currently experiencing deep uncertainty from recent global events.