"Music is so much more than just song. Music's about identity. It's hearing a track for the first time and you think to yourself, 'Wow, this is who I am'. And I don't care how long it takes, we're gonna find your music, whether it be rock and roll or, God forbid, Ska."
Nate Heywood to Amaya Jiwe
"Amazing Grace" is the fourteenth episode of the third season of DC's Legends of Tomorrow, and the forty-seventh episode overall. It aired on March 12, 2018.


When the Legends learn that a mysterious tragedy destroyed Memphis in 1954, thus eradicating the birthplace of rock and roll, they embark on their most important mission – to save music. Nate is excited to show Amaya why music is important to him and he is surprised it leads to a rock legend as well as the sixth and final totem, the Death Totem. Meanwhile, Zari helps their newest member try to adjust to the team.[src]





  • The Death Totem's appearance in 1954 Memphis (causing the city to become a ghost town, thereby preventing the rise of rock and roll) is implied to be an anachronism. This event didn't show up on the Legends' anachronism map, leading the team to assume the reason was because of Damien and Nora Darhk causing trouble in that time period. However, when the Legends go to investigate the anachronism, they don't encounter the Darhks at all, which makes it unclear how the Death Totem ended up in 1954 Memphis in the first place.
  • While in jail, Elvis is working on a song that is supposed to be the future "Jailhouse Rock". However, Elvis has zero songwriting credits, as he didn't write any of the songs he sang.
  • During the dance in the church, some couples are seen doing the The Twist. However, that dance hadn't been invented yet in 1954, having been inspired by a song of the same name, which was originally recorded in late 1958 and was subsequently released in early 1959.


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