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Sawyer Brown
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Vocalists
    (1981- )
    Born in Apopka, Florida
    Members are Mark Miller, Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard, Shayne Hill, Jim Scholten and Joe Smyth
    Former members include Duncan Cameron and Bobby Randall
    Albums include 'Sawyer Brown,' 'Shakin',' 'Out Goin' Cattin',' 'Somewhere in the Night,' 'Wide Open,' 'The Boys Are Back,' 'Buick,' 'The Dirt Road,' 'Cafe on the Corner,' 'Outskirts of Town,' 'This Thing Called Wantin' and Havin' It All,' 'Six Days on the Road,' 'Hallelujah, He Is Born,' 'Drive Me Wild,' 'Can You Hear Me Now,' 'Mission Temple Fireworks Stand' and 'Travelin' Band'
    Singles are 'Leona,' 'Step That Step,' 'Used to Blue,' 'Betty's Bein' Bad,' 'Heart Don't Fall Now,' 'Shakin',' 'Out Goin' Cattin',' 'This Missin' You Heart of Mine,' 'My Baby's Gone,' 'The Race Is On,' 'Puttin' the Dark Back into the Night,' 'When Love Comes Callin',' 'The Walk,' 'The Dirt Road,' 'Some Girls Do,' 'Cafe on the Corner,' 'All These Years,' 'Trouble on the Line,' 'Thank God for You,' 'The Boys and Me,' 'Hard to Say,' 'This Time,' 'I Don't Believe in Goodbye,' '(This Thing Called) Wantin' and Havin' It All,' 'Round Here,' 'Treat Her Right,' 'Six Days on the Road,' 'This Night Won't Last Forever,' 'Drive Me Wild,' 'The Nebraska Song' and 'Lookin' for Love'
    Their name is misleading as there is nobody in the band actually named Sawyer Brown.
    Their lead guitar position has been a rotating carousel as original guitarist Bobby left in 1991 and was replaced by Duncan, who quit in 2004 and was replaced by Shayne.
    Prior to recording serious ballads, the majority of their songs were considered too corny by country music standards.
    Rather then record five tracks on their 'Six Days on the Road' album, they left it blank until track 18 for 'The Nebraska Song.'
    Despite a string of hits in the 1980's and early to mid 1990's, their popularity waned at the turn of the century.
    All five of the original members were touring musicians for Don King's road band and decided to create their own musical identity when the latter retired from touring.
    They got their band name from Sawyer Brown Road in Apopka, where they had their rehearsal sessions.
    Many music pundits credit the release of the single 'The Walk' as the band's turning point where they gained respectability in country music circles.
    Their song 'The Nebraska Song' was written by Mark Miller in honor of the late Cornhuskers quarterback, Brook Berringer.

Credit: Ricky


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