It was a celeb packed moment at Lansky 126! Peabo Bryson, David Gest, Teenie Hodges, Dennis Graham (Drake's father), with Hal and Julie Lansky
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British rock band, The Zombies, pose with Hal Lansky while in Memphis on tour. They bought clothing to wear for the show that evening.
Tito Jackson shops Lansky at the Peabody for hats with Hal Lansky.
Ed "Too Tall" Jones poses with Lansky at the Peabody's Edith Davis.
American Idol Second Season finalist from Memphis, Trenyce, poses with Lansky 126's Chad Johnson right outside the shop.
Phish frontman, Trey Anastasio, poses with Julie Lansky after buying jeans for a performance at the Beale Street Music Festival.
Country music megastar, Troy Gentry, of Montgomery Gentry fame brings us an autographed guitar to display on the walls.
Uncle Kracker shops with Bernard Lansky. Later in the day, the two met at Krystal's for burgers down the street from the store. Uncle Kracker talked about his experiences meeting Bernard on a radio interview on FM100.
Legendary STAX musician William Bell poses with Hal Lansky inside Lansky at the Peabody.
Royal Studio's Willie Mitchell poses with Hal Lansky in Lansky at the Peabody. Willie Mitchell is credited with Al Green's fame. All of Al Green's songs were recorded at the lengendary Royal Studios.
Wink and Sandy Martindale pose with Hal Lansky. Wink loves coming back to his hometown and shopping with Hal Lansky when he stays at The Peabody.