Brent Browning

I grew up in rural South Georgia in between two small towns, Alapaha and Nashville. Ever since I can remember, I've wanted to have some part in Country music, be it singing, playing, recording or in radio. I used to take my guitar to school with me during High School and I would play and sing in homeroom, during lunch out behind the school and every chance I had. I'd strum around trying to sound like my favorite country star.

Getting tired of the small town life, I joined the U.S Air Force and was stationed in Great Falls, Mt. and after a years of settling down, I joined "The Branding Iron Band" and we played every weekend at "The Beaver Creek Casino" and private parties including "The Foresters Ball" in Missoula, Mt. for over 2,000 college students! We were also the house band for another hot spot in Great Falls, "The J bar T". After a few years of playing and singing with "The Branding Iron Band", the venue we were playing shut down and the band went our separate ways. I got an opportunity to form my own band and be the house band for "The Brick Sports Bar and Casino" in Great Falls. We performed every Wednesday and Thursday night and private corporate events on the weekends. We opened up for several national acts including; Blackhawk, Aaron Tippin, Terri Clark, Gary Allan, Big and Rich, Dierks Bentley and Sugarland at the Montana State Fair. We were the Official Band for the 2004 and 2005 Montana PRCA Rodeo Finals, Official Band for the Montana Rough Stock Rodeo and the Montana Spur and Spin.

After I left Montana, I moved to Nashville, Tn. I was playing and writing 6-7 nights a week until I got some news from home after only 8 months in Nashville that a family member needed major medical attention. So I moved back south to Georgia. I look forward to releasing my new album including the singles, "Whiskey Memories", "Island Time", "55 Ford", "Butterflies", "Rock Band", "Georgia Peaches" and "Cinderella and the simple man" and "Sun City" very soon.

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