Bonus Episode: Americana Music Triangle-There's Something In The Water Here

09.15.2016 - By Left Of Nashville: A Music Documentary |DIY| Songwriting| Indie Music

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Aubrey Preston is a musician,philanthropist, business man and developer from Leiper's Fork. You may know him best as the man who saved RCA Studio A in the eleventh hour. He has brought back the town of Leiper's Fork and made it a destination for musicians and music lovers. He also played a vital role in saving the Franklin Theater. But his latest endeavor is why he was the keynote speaker in Downtown Jackson for the monthly First Friday Forum. This latest project is the Americana Music Triangle. The Triangle is a website that maps out the points of interest in the American South where the best music in the world was created. Nine genres got their start in this patch of land that forms a nice little triangle on the map.  Jackson, TN (home of Left Of Nashville) is a destination on the triangle, and Preston was in town to impress on the city that it is up to us to capitalize on our rich musical heritage. USA Today Article on AMT Nashville Scene Article on AMT Deep South Magazine Article on AMT   Carl Perkins Sonny Boy Williamson Eddy Arnold Tina Turner Jackson, Tn

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