Grammy Award Winning Musician
Bobbe started his career in 1965 with his brothers, "The Brown Brother's Band". They played up and down US 61 from Memphis to Biloxi for 6 years. Disbanding and going their separate ways, Bobbe moved to NE Texas, where he started working studios at the age of 20. While at Robin Hood Brian's Studio in Tyler, TX, he met Mickey Gilley whom he later played guitar for in Pasadena, TX. While there, he played many recording sessions, including 1981 Grammy award winning Best Country Instrumental of the Year, "Orange Blossom Special", performed by Gilley's Urban Cowboy Band. After leaving the Gilley organization, he reunited with his brothers (Jimi, Larry and Johnny) in Galveston, TX to reform the Brown Brothers Band. In 1985, Bobbe Brown moved to the Florida Keys, where he started at Sloppy Joe's, and entertained there off and on for 10 years. Other Keys landmarks include Geiger Key Marina, Looe Key Tiki Bar, Big Pine Coconut's, Buccaneer Resort, Fiesta Key KOA, Lorelei, Harry's in Tavernier, and the Mandalay, just to name a few of the many places he has played.
Bobbe's #1 focus is the audience, whether it be 1 person or 100. Taking into consideration the type of venue, he adapts. If it's background music, piece of cake. If it's audience participation, he thrives on it. Not being limited to one style of music, he looks to the audience to decipher what they are responding too. Most of the songs he plays are top-ten hits from the last 4 decades. His music ranges from Classic Rock N' Roll to Island Music.
2011, Bobbe and his three brothers come together for their first time to bring to life a collection of rock, blues, pop, reggae and southern rock. Spread out across the states made this a difficult project, but it is now finished. We hope everyone who listens gets some enjoyment from this album. This work is dedicated to our sister Sandy, who was a musical inspiration when we were very young.
Bobbe performs weekdays and weekends in the fabulous Florida Keys.
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