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article imageMusicians help launch The Americana Music Triangle in 5 states

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 21, 2015 in Music
The Americana Music Triangle is a brand new marketing endeavor across five states that has attractions working together to build a Route 66 for the south.
The Americana Music Triangle was completed through such states as Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas. This farm to turntable movement is the brain child of Aubrey Preston, the Nashville preservationist who is working on saving RCA studios on the Row.
Most impressive about The Americana Music Triangle is that it is a comprehensive and exhaustive web guide, which triumphs nine genres of music in five states. These musical genres include blues, jazz, country, gospel, rock and roll, Cajun-zydeco, R&B and soul, as well as southern gospel and bluegrass.
This launch has been supported by such noteworthy artists as three-time Grammy winner and blues singer-songwriter Keb' Mo', Grammy-winning bluegrass star Jim Lauderdale, world renowned producer and publisher Rick Hall, singer-songwriter Paul Thorn, Grammy nominee Roddie Romero and his band, songstress Reba Russell, radio presenter Sonny Payne, award-winning blues musician James "Super Chikan" Johnson, as well as The Swampers (consisting of Jimmy Johnson and Will McFarlane), both of which were on site for the launch.
For more information on The Americana Music Triangle, check out its official website and their Facebook page.
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