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About Sawyer Brown

Sawyer Brown has been churning out slick New Country since their days as a solid touring unit in the early 1980s. Their career has seen some ups and downs, both critically and commercially, but they have remained on the scene nevertheless, offering a product that often wanders into barroom country rock territory. Exhibiting a strong Alabama influence, they perform anthems, ballads and honky-tonkin' rockers with confidence. They also happen to be one of a few bands still together who won an award on the Ed McMahon-hosted television show Star Search.

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Listen toSawyer Brownon Rhapsody

Sawyer Brown has been churning out slick New Country since their days as a solid touring unit in the early 1980s. Their career has seen some ups and downs, both critically and commercially, but they have remained on the scene nevertheless, offering a product that often wanders into barroom country rock territory. Exhibiting a strong Alabama influence, they perform anthems, ballads and honky-tonkin' rockers with confidence. They also happen to be one of a few bands still together who won an award on the Ed McMahon-hosted television show Star Search.

About Sawyer Brown

Sawyer Brown has been churning out slick New Country since their days as a solid touring unit in the early 1980s. Their career has seen some ups and downs, both critically and commercially, but they have remained on the scene nevertheless, offering a product that often wanders into barroom country rock territory. Exhibiting a strong Alabama influence, they perform anthems, ballads and honky-tonkin' rockers with confidence. They also happen to be one of a few bands still together who won an award on the Ed McMahon-hosted television show Star Search.

About Sawyer Brown

Sawyer Brown has been churning out slick New Country since their days as a solid touring unit in the early 1980s. Their career has seen some ups and downs, both critically and commercially, but they have remained on the scene nevertheless, offering a product that often wanders into barroom country rock territory. Exhibiting a strong Alabama influence, they perform anthems, ballads and honky-tonkin' rockers with confidence. They also happen to be one of a few bands still together who won an award on the Ed McMahon-hosted television show Star Search.