If you love West Tennessee heritage, don’t miss this conversation with Sonia Outlaw-Clark from the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center. She covers topics like the importance of cotton to the area, the riches of the Hatchie River, Sleepy John Estes and the riverboat queen herself, Tina Turner. She also discusses the beginnings of the center and how they acquired the home of bluesman “Sleepy” John Estes, a one-room schoolhouse and the Tina Turner museum.

Later, Andrew “drives” the conversation with classic car enthusiast and docent in the Transportation Gallery at Discovery Park of America, Jeff Davis. They talk about the beginnings of DPA’s transportation committee, as well as which cars are favorites among staff and guests.

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