From this album two singles have charted on the Texas Music Chart. “My Days are Numbered” reached as high as #28 and stayed on the chart for 12 weeks. The most recent single, “Trouble Is” sky rocketed to #6 and stayed in the Top 10 for 5 weeks.
His live album, “Heroes, Legends, Friends, and Me” was recorded in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards and includes many songs from Randy’s influences that have been a part of his arsenal for years.
Along with legendary players Reggie Rueffer, Derek Spigener, Chad Rueffer, Ron Stafford and Jerry Abrams, the album shows the energy and showmanship of The Randy Brown Show. His two previous albums, “Never Heard of Him” (released in 2005) and “Hard Face to Face” (released in 2007) have been played on radio across the country and around world.
Randy Brown is the real deal folks! He has been a Texas singer, songwriter, musician and showman for over a decade. This troubadour can entertain a crowd like no other. Randy has made a huge impact on the hearts of music lovers not only in Texas but worldwide. His music reflects the versatility of his songwriting, diverse vocal range, and his enthusiasm for true country music; all of the ingredients which makes him extremely appealing to a wide variety of listeners.
Whether Randy is performing an acoustic show or backed up by a full band, his dynamic personality and extraordinary stage presence makes him a delight to watch. Anyone who sees Randy perform in person or listens to his music can immediately appreciate his passion for music.
Randy has received many accolades and awards. In 2008 the Texas Music Association nominated him for Producer of the Year, Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, and Live Band of the Year! He won the award for Male Vocalist of the Year. Randy was also nominated for the 2010 Texas Music Entertainer of the Year.
Randy’s latest release “High Price of Low Livin” (released in 2011) displays his wide range of musical talent. The album is packed with all the many musical influences he has made a part of his show. With the help of his group of “Musical Brothers”, the project demonstrates off-the-chart musicianship. Chad Rueffer and Derek Spigener teamed up with Randy and have produced their absolute best work to date.
The single “All Liquored Up”, from the “Hard Face to Face” album stayed on the Texas Music Chart for over 15 weeks in 2009. Listeners and disc jockeys have praised Randy for his versatility and the connection he makes with each recording.
Randy grew up in the heart of Cowtown - Fort Worth, Texas, USA. This part of Texas provided him with a steady dose of hardcore honky-tonk, Texas country, and western swing. His youth was filled with rodeo dances, chuck wagon campfires and big dancehall nights. Randy’s earliest memories are of cowboy suits, twin fiddles and crying steel guitars setting the stage for a honky-tonk night in Fort Worth. Every Saturday night in Fort Worth was a who’s who of real Texas music.