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Music Path

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Music Path is a podcast about places in the U.S. where your favorite music was conceived, your favorite artist lived or died, whether blues, bluegrass, country, or rock. It's also about finding your path to writing, performing and getting your music heard. You'll hear from musicians about life on the road and in the studio.

Latest Episodes

BBQ Saves Music's Heritage

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. 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. Aubrey tells us a world history from a magic place, a triangle with a driving beat heard around the

13 MIN2018 SEP 15
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BBQ Saves Music's Heritage

Deborah Allen - Memphis Girl

Deborah Allen is a Memphis Girl who woke up one morning in Elvis’s bed with a dream to perform and then lived that dream. With major record deals she wrote and recorded in Nashville, New York and Los Angeles. She lives in Nashville, surrounded by friends, writers and performers. She’s married to Raymond Hicks.

14 MIN2018 SEP 1
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Deborah Allen - Memphis Girl

Muscian's Rights

Dave Pomeroy, AFM Leader, named in 1991 Studio Musician of the Year, is a muscian's rights advocate. He's played electric and acoustic base on more than 500 albums in his more than 33 years in Nashville. Dave has established himself as a world class bassist, performer, wrtiter and producer.

16 MIN2018 JUL 25
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Muscian's Rights

Puckett's For Music

Andy Marshall built a business from Tennessee’s most precious natural resource. It's a story of a grocery that became a restaurant that became an important music venue. His affinity for songwriters and performers and their opportunity to engage and connect with their audience, at Puckett’s Grocery, is magic! You hear the story behind the song, but even better, you meet the writer/performer up close and personal… with great food and drink.

14 MIN2018 JUL 3
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Puckett's For Music

Waylon Jennings - Never Say Die

ERichie Albright tells us about meeting, playing and sharing a musical ride with Waylon Jennings. As Waylon’s drummer from the first Chet Atkins produced album, to the last one, "Never Say Die", Live from the Ryman Auditorium.Along the way we hear about the Dukes of Hazard, Daisy and a musical admission of guilt -- for a fan base that’s still out there listening to the outlaw.

16 MIN2018 JUN 17
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Waylon Jennings - Never Say Die

Ricky Ray - A Tree Becomes a Guitar

If you listened to Episode 6 you already heard how Ricky Ray came to music and came to Nashville from the Muscle Shoals area of Alabama. He tells us what he knows about the trees that become guitars and the guitars that become priceless classics of sound reproduction, and a guitar he bought for his friend from the same tree as Trigger. They end the episode by singing Ricky’s song old guitar.

11 MIN2018 JUN 4
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Ricky Ray - A Tree Becomes a Guitar

Ricky Ray

Ricky Ray is an accomplished musician, living, writing, producing, and thriving in the music industry in Nashville, Tennessee. His first fuzzy memory is a guitar on his granny’s lap, being played slide with a butter knife. He drove his red 1966 pickup truck from Alabama to Nashville. 2 years with Tom T Hall, 8 with Don Gant, Old Friends, Golden Bridges Publishing, 8 with The Nerve, His grandmother, who first showed him the guitar, shows him the angels where the music comes from, as her last act.

15 MIN2018 MAY 21
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Ricky Ray

Carl Perkins

The Perkins Brothers Band, was formed when Carl Perkins asked his brothers Jay and Clayton, to form a band with him in Jackson Tennessee. In this Episode Carl shares his childhood dream of success in music and his first meeting with Sam Phillips at Sun Records. When Carl met Elvis they discovered they shared a favorite music artist, Bill Monroe. You’ll hear a song from Carl that you’ve never heard performed live or on record, and you’ll get an insight into what made Carl Perkins… Carl Perkins.

14 MIN2018 MAY 5
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Carl Perkins

Sonny Throckmorton

James Fron “Sonny” Throckmorton is an American country music singer songwriter. When he came to Nashville and signed with Tree Publishing (Sony ATV), he was fired after none of his songs became hits. He returned to Texas, leaving his catalog of songs and demos behind, but within 9 months, 170 of this songs were recorded, were hits and he was rehired by Tree. Sonny has more than 1,000 of his songs recorded by various country singers. Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and Songwriter of the Year - 3

13 MIN2018 APR 14
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Sonny Throckmorton

John Lee Curtis "Sonny Boy" Williamson

John Lee Curtis “Sonny Boy” Williamson grew up in Jackson, TN. He introduced the harmonica as a solo instrument for blues performers and electrified its sound with a $200 public address amplifier. Billy Boy Arnold met Sonny Boy and asked him to teach him to play the harmonica. He taught the eleven year old Bill Boy to play, bending notes and inhaling through the instrument to provide breath to sing and play simultaneously.

19 MIN2018 APR 14
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John Lee Curtis "Sonny Boy" Williamson

Latest Episodes

BBQ Saves Music's Heritage

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. 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. Aubrey tells us a world history from a magic place, a triangle with a driving beat heard around the

13 MIN2018 SEP 15
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BBQ Saves Music's Heritage

Deborah Allen - Memphis Girl

Deborah Allen is a Memphis Girl who woke up one morning in Elvis’s bed with a dream to perform and then lived that dream. With major record deals she wrote and recorded in Nashville, New York and Los Angeles. She lives in Nashville, surrounded by friends, writers and performers. She’s married to Raymond Hicks.

14 MIN2018 SEP 1
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Deborah Allen - Memphis Girl

Muscian's Rights

Dave Pomeroy, AFM Leader, named in 1991 Studio Musician of the Year, is a muscian's rights advocate. He's played electric and acoustic base on more than 500 albums in his more than 33 years in Nashville. Dave has established himself as a world class bassist, performer, wrtiter and producer.

16 MIN2018 JUL 25
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Muscian's Rights

Puckett's For Music

Andy Marshall built a business from Tennessee’s most precious natural resource. It's a story of a grocery that became a restaurant that became an important music venue. His affinity for songwriters and performers and their opportunity to engage and connect with their audience, at Puckett’s Grocery, is magic! You hear the story behind the song, but even better, you meet the writer/performer up close and personal… with great food and drink.

14 MIN2018 JUL 3
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Puckett's For Music

Waylon Jennings - Never Say Die

ERichie Albright tells us about meeting, playing and sharing a musical ride with Waylon Jennings. As Waylon’s drummer from the first Chet Atkins produced album, to the last one, "Never Say Die", Live from the Ryman Auditorium.Along the way we hear about the Dukes of Hazard, Daisy and a musical admission of guilt -- for a fan base that’s still out there listening to the outlaw.

16 MIN2018 JUN 17
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Waylon Jennings - Never Say Die

Ricky Ray - A Tree Becomes a Guitar

If you listened to Episode 6 you already heard how Ricky Ray came to music and came to Nashville from the Muscle Shoals area of Alabama. He tells us what he knows about the trees that become guitars and the guitars that become priceless classics of sound reproduction, and a guitar he bought for his friend from the same tree as Trigger. They end the episode by singing Ricky’s song old guitar.

11 MIN2018 JUN 4
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Ricky Ray - A Tree Becomes a Guitar

Ricky Ray

Ricky Ray is an accomplished musician, living, writing, producing, and thriving in the music industry in Nashville, Tennessee. His first fuzzy memory is a guitar on his granny’s lap, being played slide with a butter knife. He drove his red 1966 pickup truck from Alabama to Nashville. 2 years with Tom T Hall, 8 with Don Gant, Old Friends, Golden Bridges Publishing, 8 with The Nerve, His grandmother, who first showed him the guitar, shows him the angels where the music comes from, as her last act.

15 MIN2018 MAY 21
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Ricky Ray

Carl Perkins

The Perkins Brothers Band, was formed when Carl Perkins asked his brothers Jay and Clayton, to form a band with him in Jackson Tennessee. In this Episode Carl shares his childhood dream of success in music and his first meeting with Sam Phillips at Sun Records. When Carl met Elvis they discovered they shared a favorite music artist, Bill Monroe. You’ll hear a song from Carl that you’ve never heard performed live or on record, and you’ll get an insight into what made Carl Perkins… Carl Perkins.

14 MIN2018 MAY 5
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Carl Perkins

Sonny Throckmorton

James Fron “Sonny” Throckmorton is an American country music singer songwriter. When he came to Nashville and signed with Tree Publishing (Sony ATV), he was fired after none of his songs became hits. He returned to Texas, leaving his catalog of songs and demos behind, but within 9 months, 170 of this songs were recorded, were hits and he was rehired by Tree. Sonny has more than 1,000 of his songs recorded by various country singers. Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and Songwriter of the Year - 3

13 MIN2018 APR 14
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Sonny Throckmorton

John Lee Curtis "Sonny Boy" Williamson

John Lee Curtis “Sonny Boy” Williamson grew up in Jackson, TN. He introduced the harmonica as a solo instrument for blues performers and electrified its sound with a $200 public address amplifier. Billy Boy Arnold met Sonny Boy and asked him to teach him to play the harmonica. He taught the eleven year old Bill Boy to play, bending notes and inhaling through the instrument to provide breath to sing and play simultaneously.

19 MIN2018 APR 14
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John Lee Curtis "Sonny Boy" Williamson
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