T. Graham Brown Welcomes Wynonna Judd As His Guest On September’s Live Wire On SiriusXM’s Prime Country Channel 58 Starting Wednesday, September 2 at 10/9c
Country hit-maker T. Graham Brown’s LIVE WIRE on SiriusXM’s Prime Country Channel 58 will debut new episodes for September, starting Wednesday, September 2 at 10/9c PM, featuring an interview with Wynonna Judd. LIVE WIRE is a one hour show that showcases live cuts & interviews with some of T. Graham Brown’s closest friends and heroes, sharing fun stories about life on the road.
Time Life is partnering with T. Graham Brown for the digital reissue of T. Graham Brown Lives! on all streaming platforms, beginning August 14. The album, originally released in 2001, hasn’t been available to fans in over a decade and features many of his most popular songs, including the number one hits “Hell and High Water” and “Darlene.” A new lyric video for his Top 5 smash, “I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again,” was premiered by Country Sway and is available here.
T. Graham Brown Welcomes Travis Tritt & Doug Gray (The Marshall Tucker Band) As His Guests Remembering Charlie Daniels On Live Wire On SiriusXM
Country hit-maker T. Graham Brown’s LIVE WIRE on SiriusXM’s Prime Country Channel 58 will debut new episodes for August, starting Wednesday, August 5 at 10/9e PM, featuring interviews with Travis Tritt and Doug Gray of The Marshall Tucker Band, honoring Charlie Daniels. LIVE WIRE is a one hour show that showcases live cuts & interviews with some of T. Graham Brown’s closest friends and heroes, sharing fun stories about life on the road.
T. GRAHAM BROWN, WADE HAYES, BRYAN WHITE, TIM RUSHLOW, RONNIE McDOWELL, DAVID FRIZZELL, TIM ATWOOD, LULU ROMAN, AND MEGAN ALEXANDER WIN 2020 TELLY AWARD FOR SOCIAL MEDIA LIVE EVENT
When COVID-19 began to close all of America down, T. Graham Brown jumped into action not wanting the music to stop playing, as touring was coming to an immediate halt. By calling a few friends from the 80’s and 90’s era of Country music, T. Graham decided it was time to put together one of the first live social concerts for fans to watch from anywhere, all in an effort to keep the music playing. Out of all of that, Hats Off To The 80s & 90s – The Music Continues was born and included Brown, Wade Hayes, Bryan White, Tim Rushlow, Ronnie McDowell, David Frizzell, Tim Atwood, Lulu Roman, and hosted by Inside Edition’s Megan Alexander. Taking place on March 23, 2020, from the 615 Hideaway studio in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, the grouping of artists performed as acoustic as possible, practiced social distancing, and remained in their vehicles until it was their time to perform. Now, a few months later, all of those efforts were recognized by the Telly Awards with a Bronze win for Social Media Live Event.
Country Music Hall of Fame, Grand Ole Opry member and southern rock legend Charlie Daniels passed away this morning, Monday, July 6th at Summit Medical Center in Hermitage, Tennessee. Doctors determined the cause of death was a hemorrhagic stroke. Daniels was 83.
T. Graham Brown Welcomes Larry Gatlin As His Guest On June’s Live Wire On SiriusXM’s Prime Country Channel 58 Starting Wednesday, June 3 at 10/9c
Country hit-maker T. Graham Brown’s LIVE WIRE on SiriusXM’s Prime Country Channel 58 will debut new episodes for June, starting Wednesday, June 3 at 10/9c PM, featuring an interview with Larry Gatlin. LIVE WIRE is a one hour show that showcases live cuts & interviews with some of T. Graham Brown’s closest friends and heroes, sharing fun stories about life on the road.
Musicians Hall of Fame member and Grand Ole Opry veteran Jimmy Capps has passed away at age 81 due to health complications. After getting his start with The Louvin Brothers, Jimmy went on to become one of the most sought after session players in Nashville. Some of the incredible recordings you can hear Capps on are The Oak Ridge Boys’ “Elvira,” “Sail Away,” Tammy Wynette’s “Stand By Your Man,” Barbara Mandrell’s “Sleeping Single In A Double Bed,” “I was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool,” George Jones’ “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” Ronnie Milsap’s “Smokey Mountain Rain,” and “Legend In My Time,” as well as other artists such as Janie Fricke, Lacy J. Dalton, Andy Williams, Ray Charles, Mac Davis, Moe Bandy, Joe Stampley, Johnny Paycheck, John Conlee and countless more. As a staff member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1967, Capps has remained a solid foundation in Music City and can be seen on Country’s Family Reunion and as “Sheriff” Jimmy Capps on Larry’s Country Diner. Jimmy was not only a musical prodigy, but a friend to many in the music and entertainment industry.
Country Star T. Graham Brown Partners with Time Life For Digital Re-Issue Of Four Classic Albums on June 5 And A New Album Slated for Fall 2020
Chart-topping country music star T. Graham Brown joins forces with Time Life to reissue four of his albums in digital format on June 5 and to release an all-new album this fall. 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) will all be available on major digital and streaming platforms via Time Life. Additional information on his forthcoming album will be announced in the coming weeks.
Fellow Singer/Songwriters and Friends Remember and Mourn the Loss of Rock ‘N’ Roll Icon Little Richard
Grammy Award winning, Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame member, Little Richard, the mastermind behind legendary hits “Long Tall Sally,” “Rip It Up,” “Good Golly Miss Molly,” “Tutti Frutti” and many more, has passed away at the age of 87. Little Richard’s music broke racial barriers and his impressionable style shattered all that was standard. The eccentric star paved the way for other stand-out acts with his unique nature, flamboyant flair and inspiring innovations to culture. With an unmatched career of stellar achievements, the musical giant leaves behind an unforgettable legacy. Little Richard was not only a distinct entertainer but a friend to many in the music industry.
T. Graham Brown Virtual Facebook Concert ‘Great Music, Great Stories, Great Fun’ Set For This Friday, April 24th at 6:00PM CST
As social distancing continues the music refuses to stop, and T. Graham Brown is dedicated to doing his part by bringing a hearty dose of laughter and light-hearted tunes to all. The Great Music, Great Stories, and Great Fun live stream show will do just that. Country hit-maker T. Graham Brown is sharing stories, taking song requests and bringing needed humor to fans at home through this special live stream show on Friday, April 24th at 6:00PM CST.