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The early '90s were frustrating for Brown because of the 'hat craze'. He says, "That was an extremely frustrating time for me," recalls T. Graham Brown. "We kept trying different things in the studio, but it never really jelled. We kept up with our road work, in many cases, working more shows than ever before, but we couldn't agree on the music with either label."

His frustration was relieved in 1998 with the release of his CD 'Wine into Water'. That song was very close to Brown, but even more important, it was the first time in many years a single released from an independent label would hit the country and Christian charts and climb all the way to No. 1.

The latest effort from Brown called 'The Next Right Thing' is a fantastic example of everything country has come to appreciate in this country standout. From 'Tennessee Hideaway' to a new version of 'Wine into Water' this CD is definitely the right thing if you appreciate Brown's traditional Southern country stylings.

The voice is unmistakably country and the sound is pure soul. T. Graham Brown has been rocking the country world with his memorable music since he hit Nashville in the 1980s. Born in Atlanta, Georgia as Anthony Graham Brown, he managed to experiment with everything from Southern beach music to soul music to outlaw country before he settled into the country sound familiar to country fans. While he was recording for Capitol Records Brown had several chart singles from 1985 to 1991. Three number one hits in this group were 'Hell and High Water', 'Don't Go to Strangers' and 'Darlene'. His soul tone for country was clearly communicated when he released the country cover of Otis Redding's 'Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay' and the Platters tune 'With This Ring'. He was nominated for Country Music Association Awards in 1987, 1989 and 1990 and winning in 1992 for the Vocal Event of the Year with George Jones and others on "I Don't Need Your Rocking Chair." He also became a very in-demand jingle singer, and continues down that lucrative path today. He has sung on numerous national commercials for products including Coca-Cola, Kraft Foods, McDonalds, Stroh's Beer, Budweiser, Ford Trucks and 7-Up, and has earned recognition in the Commercial Hall of Fame in Chicago as the face and voice of Taco Bell's "Run For The Border" campaign. One of the truly endearing qualities of Brown is his ability to 'cut up' with almost anyone. During an interview on the TNN show 'Nashville Now' Brown cut off host Ralph Emery's tie.