Sawyer Brown

Sawyer Brown

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Rock: Country (2957 )      



Sawyer Brown is an American country music band that was founded in 1981 by Bobby Randall (guitar), Jim Scholten (bass guitar), Joe Smyth (drums), Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard (keyboards) and Mark Miller (lead vocals). In the early 1980s, they signed to Capitol/Curb record label and immediately began recording their debut album. Sawyer Brown was released in 1985 and yielded several singles such as «Leona", "Step That Step" and "Used to Blue". Step That Step" became the band's first number one song: it peaked at number one on both the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs and Canadian RPM Country Tracks. This album also received positive reviews from critics. In 1990, they released their compilation album, Greatest Hits, which has been certified gold in Canada. It also included the band's most successful songs such as "Heart Don't Fall Now", "Betty's Bein' Bad", "The Race Is On", "When Love Comes Calling" and "Out Goin' Cattin'". Now, you may download Sawyer Brown's compilation album, Greatest Hits, in mp3 from our site.

Discography Sawyer Brown

  Title Tracks Year  
Drive Me Wild
Drive Me Wild 11 1999
Six Days On The Road
Six Days On The Road 13 1997
This Thing Called Wantin' And Havin' It All
This Thing Called Wantin' And Havin' It All 10 1995
The Dirt Road
The Dirt Road 11 1992
Greatest Hits
Greatest Hits 10 1990

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