Allen Adds Two New Million-Air Award to Her List of
Deborah Allen, the fiery
country singer who stole Americas hearts
with her cross-over smash, Baby I Lied, was
recently honored by BMI (Broadcast Music Inc.) at their
Nashville offices. Deborah was presented with the coveted
Million-Air certifications for Janie Fricke?s Don?t
Worry Bout Me, Baby and John Conlee?s
I?m Only In It For The Love by BMI executive
David Preston. A Million-Air Award is given to
songwriters, composers, and publishers whose songs
accumulate over one million U.S. broadcast performances.
The acknowledgement is a mark of praise.
In addition to these two honors, Deborah has been awarded
BMI Million-air certificates for songs penned for other
artists Janie Fricke?s Let?s Stop Talking About
It, Patty Loveless? Hurt Me Bad In A Real
Good Way, and Tanya Tucker?s Can I See You
Tonight. Deborah has also been awarded BMI
Million-air certificates for her own recordings I
Hurt For You, receiving a one million airplay award
and Baby, I Lied, receiving a two million
About Deborah Allen:
Deborah Allen is one of those rare artists who
forged their own path to success and ended up building a
world-class career in the process. An extraordinarily
talented singer, songwriter, producer and performer,
Deborah's unique abilities as an artist may be matched
only by her enthusiasm and creativity as an individual.
It is that formidable combination of spirit and talent
that keeps the Grammy-nominated entertainer in demand.