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Junior Brown

Infinity Norfolk

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Sun, August 06, 2017
Norfolk, CT
Show at 7:30 PM

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Price: $45 - $60

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GENRE

Blues / Country / Rock
Junior Brown

Jamieson "Junior" Brown is an American country guitarist/singer with hits on the Billboard Country Single chart as well as the title song to AMC’s “Better Call Saul”, the spin-off of the TV smash Breaking Bad. Come listen to this deep-singing Texan as he wields his “guit-steel” double neck guitar, his own hybrid of a Telecaster and a lap steel guitar.

Junior Brown

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Artist Bio

Junior quickly became a local success in Austin, Texas, as the house band at the Continental Club. His debut album was 1990's 12 Shades of Brown, released by the British Demon Records; it was re-released in 1993 on Curb Records in the U.S., followed by Guit with It. In 1995, Brown released Semi Crazy, and followed it with 1997's Long Walk Back.

In 1996, he was featured on the Beach Boys' now out-of-print album Stars and Stripes Vol. 1 performing a cover of their 1962 hit "409". The song features Junior playing guitar and singing lead with the Beach Boys singing harmonies and backing vocals.

He appeared in the music video for "Honky Tonk Song" by George Jones in 1996 and also won the CMA Country Music Video of the Year award that year for his video, "My Wife Thinks You're Dead," which featured 6-foot-7-inch Gwendolyn Gillingham.

Junior's music has been showcased on various TV shows and movie soundtracks, including Me, Myself and Irene, SpongeBob SquarePants and the 2005 Dukes of Hazzard remake, in which he also played the narrator.

Although the man plays such neotraditional country styles as honky-tonk, Western swing, etc., few of his performances will finish without some blues and Tex-Mex tunes playing as well as surf-rock instrumentals.

Beginning in August 2006 he joined Bob Dylan's third tour of American minor league baseball stadiums.

In April 2008, Brown shot three pilot episodes of a country music program modeled after programs from the early 60s, in which Brown will play with a house band as well as guests as host of the show.

On October 12, 2012, Junior finally released his new EP, Volume 10. Containing six new songs, Volume 10 is available on Junior's website and digitally on Amazon.com.


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