Episode – 12 How BBQ Saves American Music’s Heritage

America’s roots music preservation begins with a screen door slam, a beer and a plate of BBQ.

Aubrey Preston’s one-man mission to save America’s music culture, its historic buildings, shacks and stories is an international movement to provide an accurate guide for visitors from foreign lands. .. searchers from the British Isles, France or Sweden on their own Music Path.

Now reaching around the world on the web, www.americanamusictriangle.com provides hype-free, authentic exposure for people and places you’d never hear of, with a significant role in America’s music. That means fewer French Canadians lost, looking for Sonny Boy Williamson’s grave or that couple from Copenhagen, finds Clarksdale, Mississippi more easily. It’s organically grown, grass roots tourism. Aubrey tells us a world history from a magic place, a triangle with a driving beat, heard around the world.

Episode 11 – Deborah Allen – Memphis Girl

Deborah Allen is a Memphis Girl who woke up one morning in Elvis’s bed with a dream to write and perform music, and then lived that dream.

With major record deals she wrote and recorded in Nashville, New York and Los Angeles. She tells us what inspired a few of her songs and the advice she got along the way. She lives in Nashville, surrounded by friends, writers and performers.

She’s married to Raymond Hicks.

Deborah has an active following on social media:



@DeborahAllen3 on twitter and Instagram

DeborahAllen in LinkedIn