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Memphis most commonly refers to: Memphis, Egypt, a former capital of ancient Egypt Memphis, Tennessee, a major American cityMemphis may also refer to: == Places == === United States === Memphis, Alabama Memphis, Florida Memphis, Indiana Memphis, Michigan Memphis, Mississippi Memphis, Missouri Memphis, Nebraska Memphis, New York Memphis, Ohio Memphis metropolitan area, centered on Memphis, Tennessee Memphis, Texas === Elsewhere === Mampsis, Mamshit or Memphis, a Nabatean city == Film == Memphis (film), a 2013 film directed by Ricky Memphis == Music == Memphis (band), a musical duo Memphis Industries, a record label Memphis (musical), a Broadway musical by David Bryan and Joe DiPietro === Albums === Memphis (Boz Scaggs album), 2013 Memphis (Roy Orbison album), 1972 Coin Coin Chapter Four: Memphis, 2019 === Songs === "Memphis, Tennessee" (song) or "Memphis", by Chuck Berry, 1959; covered by many performers "Memphis" (The Badloves song), 1994 "Memphis" (Joe Jackson song), 1983 "Memphis", by David Nail, 2002 "Memphis", by Justin Bieber from Journals, 2013 "Memphis", by White Zombie from Psycho-Head Blowout, 1987 == Other uses == Memphis (mythology), the wife of Epaphus, who was, according to legend, the founder of Memphis, Egypt Memphis (genus), a genus of brush-footed butterflies Memphis (cigarette), a cigarette brand of Austria Tabak Memphis (typeface), a slab-serif typeface designed in 1929 by Dr. Rudolf Wolf Memphis Group, an influential design movement of Italian designers and architects in the 1980s USS Memphis (CA-10), a US Navy armored cruiser wrecked by a tsunami in 1916 USS Memphis (SSN-691), a nuclear attack submarine of the United States Navy Windows 98, codenamed Memphis during development City of Memphis (train), a passenger train route == People with the name == Memphis Bleek, New York rapper Memphis Depay, Dutch footballer Randall 'Memphis' Raines, a character in Gone in 60 Seconds Ricky Memphis, Italian actor == See also == All pages with titles containing Memphis University of Memphis, a public university in Memphis, Tennessee Memphis Tigers, the athletic programs of the University of Memphis West Memphis, Arkansas, part of the Memphis, Tennessee, metropolitan area Memphis La Blusera, an Argentine blues band Memphis Grizzlies, American professional basketball team based in Memphis, Tennessee Corporate Memphis, an art style.
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