Jim Ed Brown

Genres: Country & Bluegrass
Descriptive "tags": country classic country moje standards oldies male vocalists Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades Active: 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s

Biography

Jim Edward Brown, 1 April 1934, Sparkman, Arkansas, USA. From the early 50s to 1967, Brown sang with sisters Maxine and Bonnie as the Browns but had solo successes in 1965 with ‘I Heard From A Memory Last Night’ and ‘I’m Just A Country Boy’, after his sisters had persuaded Chet Atkins to record him solo. When the trio disbanded in 1967, he pursued a solo career. He appeared on the Grand Ole Opry and other top radio and television shows, actually hosting the Nashville Network You Can Be A Star show and toured extensively. Between 1967 and 1981, recording for RCA Records, he registered a total of 46 US country chart entries. These included Top 10 hits with ‘Pop A Top’ (1967), ‘Morning’ (1970), ‘Southern Loving’ (1973) and ‘It’s That Time Of Night’ (1974). In 1976, he began a successful association with Helen Cornelius. ‘I Don’t Want To Have To Marry You’ was a country number 1 and...

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