Sawyer Brown Tickets for Sale

"Sawyer Brown" represents a superb act in the musical history. "Sawyer Brown" has been consistently enjoying a long and sizzling hits-filled career. Their songs have always remained viable and relevant into the new millennium too. Basically, the band really grew out of singer Don King's popular touring band. "Sawyer Brown" got its first good break when talented drummer Joe Smyth and cool guitarist Bobby Randall were eventually signed in 1979. After this big incident the other desperate members of the group, bassist Jim Scholten, keyboardist Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard, and guitarist and lead singer Mark Miller suddenly arrived in 1980. Thus, the group members heartily decided to stay together, always; in the beginning they named their band as "Nashville Street". After this the band spent there next two big years in consistently rehearsing. Sawyer Brown is one of those rare bands who plays the sizzling country music and really helps to earn the favorable reviews for it. Their music provides a true music delight to music lovers; their live performances see the pouring of huge crowd with incredible demand of tickets.
Eventually, the band got its first big break in a famous talent hunt show. This sudden break won them the unexpected grand prize of 100,000 dollars; and then they signed up by the famous Liberty/Capitol in 1984. Then the band released their self titled debut album in 1985. This album was very well received by the music lovers; and there soothing debut single, "Leona," finished up at reaching at the Top 20; then came the regular installation of other hits like: "Step That Step" and went on to become number one."Sawyer Brown" went through a sluggish period during 1986-87, as they were checked by the sudden rise of many famous bands: the bands with the same country-pop theme. Ultimately, the band bounced back nicely in 1991 with their new incredible album including the hit track "The Boys

Are Back;" and that was amazingly climbed into the top five. This was undoubtedly a very good phase for the band except some sudden incidents like the breakup of the band from Liberty. After this break up, they were signed by the Curb; the band continued their extensive touring and in between gave some sizzling hits like "All These Years and Trouble on the Line," and "Some Girls Do." In 1993, the band hit the music charts with "Hard to Say," and "The Boys & Me." Their hit single "Thank God for You" brought them a tremendous commercial success; followed by their next album Greatest Hits 1990-1995, with added attraction, including two new tracks "I Don't Believe in Goodbye" and "This Time." In 1995, the band released their next album " Havin' It All" and eventually climbed the top five music charts. The band continued putting up the good efforts and their next releases were followed by "Live Six Days on the Road" in 1998 and "Drive Me Wild" in 1999. This was followed by "Can You Hear Me Now" in 2002. This sizzling band is performing live, so if you want to enjoy their music don't forget to get your tickets from an on-line ticket vendor to avoid the huge rush for tickets.


Sawyer brown
Out goin' cattin'
Somewhere in the night
Wide open
The boys are back
Greatest hits
The dirt road
Cafe on the corner
Outskirts of town
Greatest hits 1990-1995
This thing called wantin' and havin' it all
Six days on the road
Hallelujah he is born
Drive me wild
The hits live
Can you hear me now
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