In the late 1980s I began to enjoy the Country Music of that era from watching TNN ( The Nashville Network ), and television. I loved these people that were getting radio play back then, that paved the way for so many of the local artists we feature on this website.
People like Mr. Alan Jackson, Mr. Dwight Yoakam and others, were prevalent in my 20s. You used to be able to listen to this man’s music on the FM dial back then. In 1990, his album Bumper To Bumper contained the track called “Moonshadow Road”.
|NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music favorite and host of SiriusXM’s LIVE WIRE show, T. Graham Brown will release an acoustic album for the first time in his career, Bare Bones, on October 9 through his partnership with Time Life. The album features stripped-down and reimagined versions of his biggest hits, including his number one hit songs “Hell and High Water,” “Don’t Go To Strangers,” and “Darlene.” ‘Bare Bones’ was produced by T. Graham Brown and Buddy Hyatt. Fans will be able to hear the 12-track collection on all major streaming platforms or purchase a limited-edition autographed CD on Brown’s website HERE. They’ll also be able to put in special requests for his autograph and ask him questions during his Facebook Live CD signing event on October 20 at 5 pm CT / 6 pm ET.
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“This project is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time,” explains Brown. “There is a special vibe that you feel when it’s just a vocal and guitar. The lyrics are more present. It reminds me of why I recorded these songs in the first place. I hope y’all enjoy this record as much as I did making it.”
Bare Bones is the latest project from T. Graham Brown for Time Life, which reissued five of his albums earlier this year including ‘T. Graham Brown Lives!’ (which hadn’t been available in nearly 20 years), ‘From a Stronger Place’, ‘The Next Right Thing’, ‘Christmas with T. Graham Brown’, and his GRAMMY-nominated album ‘Forever Changed’ (featuring Leon Russell, The Oak Ridge Boys, Steve Cropper, Jimmy Fortune, and more). All are currently available on major digital and streaming platforms.
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