The Deb Carbone Page
Lead Vocalist, Guitarist
and Living History Interpreter
"No Sweat Soap Factory & Eclectic Emporium"
Deb and Frank Carbone Deb (Burnett) Carbone exhibits a variety of talents at each of the Dixie Darlin's shows. Masterfully playing the guitar, bowed psaltry, banjo and spoons along with her beautiful voice make her the highlight of any Dixie Darlin's concert. Also very active in living history interpretation, Deb and her husband Frank run the "No Sweat Soap Factory and Eclectic Emporium". For five generations the Clan Burnett has made Scottish lye soap in the verrry same pot using the verrry same rrrecipe. Deb and Frank are demonstrating this method at 18th century events and Rendezvous all over the country. Soap-making demonstrations and performances of their "other band", "The Moron Table Knocker Choir."

Deb has been performing for many years and is featured on twenty one recordings.(Just click on the Music Sample link below to hear some selections).

You can reach Deb by writing to her at: P.O. Box 882, Mt. View, AR. 72560
Or you can email her at: [email protected]

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Deb jamming with Homer Leadford
Deb jamming with old-time music legend, Homer Ledford, at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville.

These links will take you to some musical sites, buckskinner sites, rendezvous sites and muzzleloading sites.

Rendezvous Listings!!
Pre 1840's Buckskinning Web Page Southeastern Buckskinning Web Page
WoodenHawk's Buckskinning Page for all yore skinnin' needs featuring our good friend WoodenHawk (Special thanks to Shanda McDonald, fiddler supreme with The Prairieland String Band for this link)
Cyberskinner Muzzleloading in the 21st Century
ROUNDBALL'S Powderhorn Page
Annette Hepner's Page on Fur Trade Clothing
Dave Landreth's Old-time Clawhammer Banjo Page
The Old Time Herald Magazine A great resource for the old time musician and fan.

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