Discovered from the Griffin Brothers while touring in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1950, Brown documented for Savoy Documents in Atlanta under his have name — using the Griffins’ strap in support — before shifting north to Washington, DC, to become listed on the brothers within their touring and documenting unit. His 1st Dot Records documenting using the Griffin Brothers was a cover edition of Dave Bartholomew’s “Tra-La-La,” and it had been a huge achievement, peaking at quantity seven within the R&B graphs in August 1951. This is followed by a straight bigger strike in Dec when Dark brown’s psychological “Weepin’ & Cryin” reached number 3, and heralded a succession of such histrionic information. Departing the Griffin Brothers in 1952, Dark brown came back to Savoy for just one program billed as “Tommy ‘Weepin’ & Cryin’ Dark brown.” Then documented in a number of blues and R&B designs for various brands — King Information (including a vocal edition of “Honky Tonk” with Expenses Doggett), United (with Walter Horton), Groove, Imperial Information, and ABC Information. He continued to be a night golf club vocalist and comedian in Atlanta through the entire ’60s and ’70s and was last reported to become employed in a nursing house.