Jack Brown | The Road To Happy

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The Road To Happy

by Jack Brown

A broad mix of folk, country, jazz, blues, and pop from a singer/songwriter whose style reflects everything from his Southern roots upbringing to his current Pacific Northwest life.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. I Don't Care
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2. The Road to Happy
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3. Richest Kids in Town
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4. I Miss the Noise
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5. Hot
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6. Groovy
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7. Back in the Day
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8. Second Chances
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9. Beach Boulevard
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10. Do You Still Think of Me
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11. Seeds
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12. You Are Still Speaking
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jack Brown writes, sings and plays music that reflects everything from his Mississippi Gulf Coast and New Orleans upbringing to his California stint and his current Idaho environs. He\'s played big gigs from the New Orleans World\'s Fair (1984) to opening for Carole King (Idaho, 2004), and small gigs at coffeehouses, bars, churches, and pizza joints. His songwriting style includes popular Nashville format, jazz standard AABA, Seeger ballad, political satire, and folksy storytelling, but can best be defined as something that audiences immediately enjoy and come back for. Jack is on the no-audition-required list for writers\' nights at the Bluebird Café, French Quarter Café, and Commodore Lounge, all Nashville hot spots.


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