It would be very easy to dismiss Junior Brown as a retro ( really retro ) country and western act. That is if he did not have the perfect Ernest Tubb-baritone voice and play a hybrid instrument called a git-steel." The latter is the musician's true claim to fame, a combination of an electric guitar and an eight-string lap steel guitar that he plays on a stand in front of his vocals microphone. Actually, the entire package that is Junior Brown is pretty impressive. Born in Cottonwood, Arizona, in 1952, Brown donned a suit and tie with a ...read more
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