Stax

Stax can refer to:

  • StAX, (Computer Programming) Streaming API for reading and writing XML in Java
  • Stax Earspeakers, a Japanese brand of electrostatic earspeakers
  • Stax Records, an American record company
  • STAf eXecution engine (STAX), a service available with Software Testing Automation Framework
  • Lay's Stax, a brand of potato snack chips sold by Lay's
  • Stax Inc., a management consulting firm

Other articles related to "stax":

Tourism In Memphis, Tennessee - Museums - Stax Museum
... Also commemorating the city's musical heritage, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music is home to a broad collection of artifacts, photographs, exhibits, commentary, and music ... Along with the legendary Stax Sound, the museum also spotlights the music of Muscle Shoals, Motown, Hi and Atlantic ...
Stax Museum
... The Stax Museum of American Soul Music is a museum located in Memphis, Tennessee, at 926 McLemore Avenue, the former location of Stax Records ... It is operated by Soulsville USA, which also operates the adjacent Stax Music Academy ...
Stax Museum - History
... After Stax Records went bankrupt and closed in 1976, the Stax studio was sold by the Union Planters Bank to Southside Church of God in Christ, located ... effort for the area which was dubbed Soulsville after the slogan "Soulsville U.S.A." which Stax called its studio on its former theater marquee as a counterpoint to Motown Records' Hitsville U.S.A ... Construction began on the Stax Museum and adjacent Stax Music Academy in April 2001 and the museum opened in May 2003 ...
Al Bell
... key figures behind and a co-owner of Memphis, Tennessee-based Stax Records during the later half of the label's nineteen-year existence ... Arkansas, Bell was vital to the careers of Stax's soul stars such as The Staples Singers and Isaac Hayes, The Emotions, The Dramatics, and Mel and Tim ... the “Memphis Sound” internationally, and made Stax the second-largest African American-owned business in the 1970s ...
History Of Memphis, Tennessee - Cultural History - African-American Music
... Stax Records, which opened in Memphis in 1957, produced almost exclusively African-American music ... Stax was a major factor in the creation of the Southern soul and Memphis soul music styles, also releasing gospel, funk, jazz, and blues recordings ... Stax recordings and artists included Rufus and Carla Thomas, Sam and Dave, Otis Redding, William Bell, The Bar-Kays and their house band, Booker T ...