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If you’ve been looking for some wonderful classic country music, you’ve found it here. That song, “Patsy Cline Crazy” is from the iconic hitmaker Deborah Allen.since her signature hit, “Baby I Lied” placed her on the map and proved that a single artist could chart the same song on multiple formats, Deborah has built a strong following as an artist and while that’s been a big piece of her career, it has been her songwriting prowess which cemented her staying power over the years with artists as diverse as Loretta Lynn, LeAnn Rimes, and Brooks & Dunn to Isaac Hayes, Diana Ross, Fleetwood Mac and Conway Twitty, among others, cutting her songs and taking them up the charts.
Allen Set to Perform on This Weekend’s Edition of ‘Huckabee’
‘Everything Nash’ Premieres “Blue Collar Baby”
Official Lyric Video – Watch HERE
Pre-Order ‘The Art of Dreaming’ HERE
Nashville, Tenn. (Feb. 4, 2022) – Country music’s Deborah Allen is returning to the scene with her first album of all-new material in a decade. The GRAMMY-nominated singer today announced the upcoming release of The Art of Dreaming (BFD / Audium Nashville), available on March 18 of this year. “Blue Collar Baby,” the album’s first single dropped today, with the official lyric video premiered by Everything Nash.
Check out Deborah’s performance of “Baby I Lied” on a recent episode of TBN’s Huckabee!
Announces re-release of musical catalog for streaming and download
Also promotes T*A*P*S single to release March 20th, benefit album May 2nd
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – GRAMMY nominated singer/songwriter Deborah Allen is set to appear on HUCKABEE Saturday, February 8th at 8/7c and Sunday, February 9th at 9/8c on TBN. She chats with Governor Mike Huckabee about her career in music as well as her passion to bring music to children through mentoring programs and by donating instruments to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, where Allen recently donated 90 ukuleles to their music department.Read More
Reads her book ‘The Loneliest Christmas Tree’ to children from Seacrest Studios
Her book “The Loneliest Christmas Tree” now available in audio and video format
Plus, Allen joins some of the music industry’s top stars at the annual Christmas 4 Kids Bus Show in Hendersonville
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music veteran Deborah Allen helped spread holiday cheer to children in need this year by stopping by Seacrest Studios in the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, where she read her children’s book, The Loneliest Christmas Tree. While there, Deborah made a special surprise presentation to the Children’s Music Department by supplying 90 ukuleles for children who are battling illnesses to learn and play, while staying in the hospital, which were sponsored by REMRAF inc., Music and Arts and Davitt and Hanser.
“Christmas is a wonderful time of love and giving. This year I was so excited to stop by Seacrest Studios at Monroe Carell Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt to visit with the children and read my children’s book, The Loneliest Christmas Tree,” says Allen. “It was an honor to have the opportunity to offer musical inspiration by bringing beautiful ukuleles to children during this joyous season through my relationship with good friend Shane Farmer.”
‘Larry’s Country Diner’ Will Air Thursday, October 31st at 8/7c and Saturday, November 2nd at 11/10c on RFD TV
Deborah Allen Presented with Resolution from Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland and the Memphis City Council
October 15, 2019 declared “Deborah Allen Day” in Memphis, Tennessee
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music veteran Deborah Allen will make an appearance on the hit television show Larry’s Country Diner airing Thursday, October 31st at 8/7c and then again on Saturday, November 2nd at 11/10c. Viewers will get to see live performances of Deborah Allen performing a couple of her biggest hits including “Rock Me” and “Baby I Lied,” along with “Hurt Me Bad In A Real Good Way,” which was written by Deborah and recorded by Patty Loveless.
“Good times are always had at Larry’s Country Diner and I’ve been a huge fan for a long time,” says Allen. “It felt great to be on the Diner set with Larry and all the amazing cast! They made me feel right at home. Can’t wait to come back for another heapin’ helpin’ of their genuine down home love and laughter.”
On October 15th, Allen was presented with a resolution from Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland and the Memphis City Council for her contribution to country music as part of her 40th anniversary in the music industry. During the presentation during the city council meeting, Deborah was surprised by an announcement from Chairman Kemp Conrad that October 15, 2019 was officially declared “Deborah Allen Day” in Memphis, Tennessee.
Award was presented during CMA Fest week in Nashville at Country For A Cause by hosts T.G. Sheppard, Kelly Lang and WSM’s Devon O’Day
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music veteran Deborah Allen was surprised with a special presentation by T.G. Sheppard, Kelly Lang and WSM’s Devon O’Day at Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley Wednesday night during the 6th annual Country For A Cause, benefiting Monroe Carell Jr’s Children’s Hospital at VanderbiltA proclamation from Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, celebrating Deborah’s 40 years in country music, was tearfully and happily received. The honor acknowledges not only her contributions as a singer, but also as a celebrated, successful songwriter having been awarded seven BMI One Million Air-Play Awards for her hit songwriting repertoire and one BMI Two Million Air-Play Award for her smash hit “Baby I Lied.”Read More