Timmy Brown is a singer, songwriter, and recording artist. Brown grew up in Norton, Massachusetts, where he began his career, and now lives in Nashville, TN to pursue his dreams full time. His infectious energy, talent, and enthusiasm have made him a local favorite throughout the New England area. In 2019, Brown was voted New England Country Music’s Local Male Artist of the Year for the fourth consecutive year. In the fall of 2017, he auditioned for Season One of the “American Idol” reboot on ABC and finished in the top sixty contestants.
At the age of five, Timmy began playing the piano, and from then on music became his passion and his life. After graduating from high school, he began performing solo shows at local events and restaurants. During this time, Timmy auditioned for a number of television shows such as “The Voice”, “America’s Got Talent”, and “American Idol”, for which he was selected to be a contestant on Season 14 of the show. Soon after this audition, Timmy was offered the position of lead singer for a local country band called Black Diamond, now known as the Timmy Brown Band. Timmy’s dedication and love of music are evident when he is performing on stage. It is his devotion and natural ability to draw in and connect with his audience that has earned Brown such a loyal fan base.
Brown’s debut EP “Leave This Town” was released in April of 2016. “Leave This Town” breaks the boundaries of what is considered a typical first release for an unsigned artist, showcasing six vivid and expressive tracks. Recorded at Sound Emporium and Blackbird in Nashville, the EP features an “A-Team” of producers, musicians, and engineers you’d expect to only find on albums by well-known artists such as Kenny Chesney or Luke Bryan. This collaboration provided a sublime soundscape for an impressive and emotional vocal performance that only an artist the caliber of Timmy Brown can lay down.
On April 18th of 2016, Timmy’s first single, titled “Lil Bit” was released on iTunes where it reached the Top 100 charts in a matter of twenty-four hours. The song “Fly Away”, written for Brown’s late grandmother, is a particularly poignant and personal song. Brown’s grandmother was not only his best friend but a huge influence in his life that encouraged him to pursue music and follow his dream. The love and emotion put into this track is evident with every listen.
Brown’s latest album “Good Life”, produced by Josh Gleave, is set to release in 2021 with a track-list of ten first class, brand new songs. Track four from the album, “Play It By Beer”, will appear as the album’s single and accompanied by a new music video that will release on January 13th. Also appearing on “Good Life”, is another song dedicated to Brown’s beloved grandmother, titled “If You Were Here”. All of Timmy’s singles and songs are available to download or stream on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify. Many of his songs have been featured on the radio stations 101.7 The Bull and 102.5 WKLB.
On December 30th of 2018, Timmy performed the national anthem for the third time in Foxboro, MA at a NE Patriots game at Gillette Stadium. Brown has opened for a number of artists, including Dustin Lynch, Uncle Kracker, Kane Brown, Cam, LANCO, Lindsey Ell, Granger Smith, Jerrod Niemann, Frankie Ballard, Michael Ray, William Michael Morgan, Aaron Watson, Jack Michelson, Dylan Scott, Love and Theft, Wynonna Judd, Chase Rice, Michael Tyler, Mitchell Tenpenny, High Valley, Easton Corbin, Jimmie Allen, Chase Bryant, Kip Moore, and Clare Dunn.
Musical Influences: Brad Paisley, Randy Travis, Luke Bryan, and Jason Aldean!
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2016 - Winner of the New England Country Music's award "Local Male Artist of the Year"
2017- Winner of the New England Country Music's award "Local Male Artist of the Year"
2018- Winner of the New England Country Music's award "Local Male Artist of the Year"
2019 - Winner of the New England Country Music's award "Local Male Artist of the Year"
2019 - Winner of the New England Music's award "Country Act of the Year"