THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKIN' 'BOUT (2018)
Nashville's own Jim Brown has continued to grow in popularity since the release of his earlier singles "By God" and "Those Jeans," both of which garnered strong airplay on independent radio and led to his debut appearance on the Grand Ole Opry with his 2017 release, "Honky-Tonk Women."
This newest project again blends a rockin' swagger ("That's What I'm Talkin' 'Bout) with impish wink of humor ("I Could've Killed You.") and Brown's love of country tradition ("Whiskey on the Ground.")
Whether you're lookin' to pound the dashboard while you sing along at the top of your lungs or just kick back with your feet up and lend an ear...this new collection will have you hitting "repeat" again and again.
"Honky-Tonk Women" (2017)
Written by Jerry Chesnut (BMI) & Jim Brown (ASCAP)
Publishing: Jerry Chesnut Music (BMI)
FROM JIM: I am very proud of this new project. It has the traditional roots from which I love...with a twist of today's sound. It's got a does of everything - country, southern rockabilly, and blues.
TWENTY SIXTEEN (2016)
Jim is an artist that has been around awhile and refuses to change from his traditional roots of country. He feels that a song needs to tell a meaningful story, warm your heart, and make you smile or laugh all at the same time.
The album features a wide variety of tunes, including the quirky "Those Jeans" offering up the story of a relationship gone WAY wrong, the hometown two-steppin' "Holed Up In Some Honky Tonk," or the musings of a failed relationship with the revisiting of the early Tim McGraw release, "You Can Take It With You (When You Go)."
The album also features the patriotic song “By God” which could be one of the most controversial songs today.
"By God" - Digital Single (2015)
The first single off the Twenty Sixteen album by Jim Brown, "By God" sets the tone for a a tremendous collection of country standouts that a true honky-tonker has got to have in their collection.
ABOUT THE SINGLE
"I love this song. Looking forward to hearing more of your music. I LOVE that country boy sound!" - Fan Review
"Could be the most impacting song of this decade.A song about a man's love of his family, his faith and his country." - Fan Review
Jim Brown (2014)
Jim Brown's self-titled debut album includes fan favorites "Gooseneck Trailer" and "Favorite Waste of Time," the rockin' "Train Train," a unique country spin on Ted Nugent's "Free For All," as well as the bonus of a live version of Travis Tritt's "T-R-O-U-B-L-E" recorded live at Douglas Corner in Nashville, TN.