Jim Ed Brown: Singer

“Country music is the poetry of the American spirit.” -Steve Maraboli

Our special guest  is country music singer and recording artist Jim Ed Brown.  Jim Ed Brown will be talking about his  first album in 30 years, entitled “In Style Again.”  He has recorded with his sisters Maxine and Bonnie in their trio “The Browns,” and had hit songs like “million selling “The Three Bells.”  In a duo with Helen Cornelius, Brown recorded songs that would become classic country recordings, like “I Don’t Want to Have to Marry You” and “Lying in Love With You.”  Jim Ed Brown has also recorded as a solo artist withsongs like “Southern Loving,” “Morning” and his signature song “Pop a Top,” which Alan Jackson also went on to record.  On his first album in 30 years, Jim Ed Brown also recorded duets with Vince Gill, the vocal group The Whites, and even reunited with Helen Cornelius on one song.  “In Style Again” was produced by Don Cusic and the title track was produced by country music artist Bobby Bare.  In addition to his career as a singer, Jim Ed Brown is also a radio personality.  He hosts “Country Music Greats Radio Show” and the daily short format “Country Music Greats Radio Minute” both heard on over 300 radio stations as well as online.  Jim Ed Brown is an active member of the Grand Ole Opry, having been a member since 1963.  

 

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