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About Sammy Brown:
Singer-songwriter, pianist-guitarist Sammy Brown has quite the diversified and interesting back ground. Playing professionally since the 70's with the "Sammy Brown Band" or as a solo act, He's toured playing clubs colleges and concerts. He's done extensive studio work for himself, other artists or singing radio and television commercials. He appeared at the time with "Pure Prairie League" "Carl Perkins" "Livingston Taylor" and " Jonathan Edwards." Also during this period he released his first recording "Backyard."
In the 80's Brown appeared at various venues in California with Kenny Rankin, Sally Struthers and Charles Nelson-Riley. He received an award as the quarter finalist in the American Song Festival and released second recording "Way Down."
After a five month booking in Austin, TX. he returned to New England. Performing solo and releasing third recording "Strong Box" until he was encouraged by his daughter Hailey to form a country rock band "Wildwood." He and Hailey disbanded "Wildwood" three years later but continued to sing as a duet and perform occasionally in R.I. and the Berkshires. Shortly there after, as part of the humanitarian effort extended to the people of NYC after the tragic event of Sept. 11th, Brown was featured as the first musician to play the "Music to Manhattan" series. He performed five concerts between Thanksgiving and New Years for the NYC Police, Firefighters, Red Cross, and others as part of the recovery effort.
Concentrating on his solo work he released "Kissing Booth" in 2003, and kept busy with performing himself and with vocalist Chris Dellea as "Harmony and Heart." Sammy currently lives in Gt. Barrington, MA and recently released the CD "Rockin' Chair."
Contact Sammy: E: firstname.lastname@example.org
PH: (413) 429-5644