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T. Graham Brown

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T. Graham Brown increased to nation stardom with the exclusively Southern sensation of seaside music, a party-ready mixture of old-time rock and roll & move, R&B, nation, and blues. Blessed in Arabi, Georgia (his true first name is certainly Anthony), he got his begin performing while participating in the School of Georgia, within the seaside music duo Dirk & Tony. Then joined up with the outlaw nation band Reo Gemstone, and retooled his picture being a hairy, tattooed wildman within a ten-gallon head wear. Shifting in 1979, Dark brown formed his very own R&B music group, Rack of Spam, and officially resolved on T. Graham Dark brown as his stage name. He transferred to Nashville 3 years afterwards, where, by using Harlan Howard, he discovered work performing demos and industrial jingles. In 1983, he agreed upon with CBS simply because an employee songwriter, and continued to become listed on the Tree International posting firm within the same capability. On the other hand, he also arrived a deal being a documenting musician with Capitol, and released his debut record, I Inform It ENJOY IT Used to End up being, in 1986. Partially documented at Alabama’s renowned Muscles Shoals studios, the record spawned lots one country one in “Hell or Great Drinking water,” and both name monitor and “I Desire That I POSSIBLY COULD Hurt THIS WAY Again” went TOP. Arriving in 1987, Amazing Conversationalist gave Dark brown a second number 1 in “Don’t Head to Strangers,” and two even more Best Tens with “She Couldn’t Like Me Anymore” as well as the name cut. In the mean time, he made looks within the 1987 movies Greased Lightning and Cursed, and the next yr he and his support group, the Hardtops, performed Elvis’ music group in Heartbreak Resort. Released in 1988, Arrive as YOU HAD BEEN continued Brown’s achievement using the chart-topping “Darlene” and two additional Top Tens within the name monitor and “The FINAL RESORT.” Unfortunately, Brownish was also fighting alcoholism, and his complications began to consider their toll on his profession. He handled one additional Top Ten nation strike in 1990’s “IN THE EVENT THAT YOU Could Only Observe Me Right now,” and in addition duetted with Tanya Tucker within the strike “Don’t VENTURE OUT” that yr. But after his 1991 recording You Can’t Consider It with You skipped the charts, Dark brown found himself fallen by Capitol, even though he landed following record handles Warner Bros. and Sony Nashville, both brands tore up their agreements without releasing any materials on him. Dark brown spent a lot of the ’90s sorting himself out, and came back in 1998 using the acclaimed return effort Wines into Drinking water, which reaffirmed his origins rock and roll leanings and designated his most personal work up to now. The concert recording T. Graham Dark brown Lives! made an appearance in 2001. The clean and sober Dark brown preserved a low-key profession in the brand new millennium, carrying on to play concert events and documenting albums for little brands, including 2003’s ANOTHER Best Thing and 2004’s Live at Billy Bob’s Tx. After 2006’s TODAY’S, Brown took a rest from documenting, but following a nine-year layoff, he released Forever Transformed, a spiritually themed record that included visitor performances from Leon Russell, the Oak Ridge Children, Jason Crabb, and renowned studio room guitarist Steve Cropper. Written by the Sony-affiliated Mansion Entertainment label, Forever Transformed received enthusiastic testimonials, and earned Dark brown his initial Grammy nomination, for Greatest Roots Gospel Record.

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Full Name T. Graham Brown
Profession Singer, Songwriter
Nationality American
Spouse Sheila Brown
Children Acme Geronimo Brown
Awards Country Music Association Award for Vocal Event of the Year
Music Songs Wine Into Water, I Tell It Like It Used to Be, Hell and High Water, If You Could Only See Me Now, She Couldn't Love Me Anymore, Come as You Were, I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again, Brilliant Conversationalist, Don't Go to Strangers, Darlene, The Last Resort, Which Way to Pray, Forever Changed, Moon Shadow Road, Memphis Women & Chicken, R.F.D. 30529, I Wish I Could Hurt That Way Again, Drowning in Memories, Pillow of Mercy, He'll Take Care of You, I'm Sending One Up For You, Don't Go out with Him, You Can't Take It With You, With This Ring, Happy Ever After, As If You Didn't Know, I Read a Letter Today, You're Everything She Couldn't Be, How Do You Know, Rock It Billy, Soul Talk, Midnight Rainbow
Albums Wine Into Water, Forever Changed, Christmas with T. Graham Brown, The Classic Country Collection, Lives!, The Present, From a Stronger Place, You Can't Take It With You, Come as You Were, Live at Billy Bob's Texas, Choice Country Cuts, I Tell It Like It Used to Be, The Best of T. Graham Brown, All Time Greatest Hits, At His Best, Deja Vu All Over Again The Best Of T.Graham Brown, T. Graham Brown Live, Six Play: T. Graham Brown - EP, The Best Of, Country Legend Vol. 6, American Legend, Don't Go To Strangers - 4 Track EP, Pick Up On Mr. T - [The Dave Cash Collection], Darlene, Super Hits, Back to Back - Lee Greenwood & T. Graham Brown, T. Graham Brown, The Last Resort, A Country Christmas With Kitty Wells, Mark Wills and T. Graham Brown, Legends Of Country, Greatest Hits
Nominations Country Music Association Award for New Artist of the Year, Academy of Country Music Award for New Male Vocalist of the Year, Academy of Country Music Award for Vocal Duo of the Year


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Paradise Park 1991 Pool Player
Heartbreak Hotel 1988 Jerry Schilling

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24th Annual Country Music Association Awards 1990 TV Special performer: "Don't Go Out"

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Gilley's Place 2012 TV Series Himself - Guest
Halloween Havoc 1994 TV Movie Himself - National Anthem
XXX's & OOO's 1994 TV Movie Himself
25th Annual Country Music Association Awards 1991 TV Special Himself
24th Annual Country Music Association Awards 1990 TV Special Himself - Performer
An All Star Salute to Country Music 1990 TV Movie Himself
The Pat Sajak Show 1989 TV Series Himself
Hee Haw 1988-1989 TV Series Himself

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