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John Brown's Plowology: Stompin' Grounds

by John Brown

He is part classic storyteller, part southern medicine man…an artist who plants an acoutstic musical landscape.
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1. Stompin' Grounds
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2. Sweet Hannah
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3. Charleston's Sand
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4. Funeral in the South
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5. Along the Way
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"The PLOWOLOGY of JOHN BROWN." Born into the chaos of the mid 60’s and torn between the unyielding philosophies of the Bible Belt, the spirituality of the civil rights movement and the idealism of the hippie culture, JOHN BROWN aka "Hound" is part classic storyteller, part southern medicine man…an artist who plants a musical landscape influenced by James Taylor and Jackson Browne, Jimmy Buffet and Mark Twain, Lyle Lovett and the Bible.

Raised on the tobacco roads of eastern North Carolina, John has toured, written, and recorded music with a who’s who of major recording artists, producers and songwriters, including John Berry, Martina McBride, Billy Dean, Susie Boggus, John Hiatt and the Zac Brown Band.

Already a respected Nashville musician, John sowed the first seeds of his unique artistic identity with his 2003 recording, NEXT OF KIN. That same year he co-wrote the hit musical, The Bell Witch, with Nashville Chamber Orchestra resident composer Conni Ellisor which was nominated for the 2004 Benois De La Danse awards held at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. John's latest marquis success, the song "REAL THINGS," co-written with acclaimed country artist Billy Dean; is the title track of Joe Nichols' 2007 Universal South major release.

Maybe it's Jackson Browne going country, Jimmy Buffet hitting land or Mark Twain moving to the farm with Foghorn Leghorn… a virtual BBQ-Baptist homecoming. Most likely, it's just John Brown being John Brown. Either way, whether captivating listeners with poetic lyrics and simple wisdoms, pontificating from his literary collection, THE BOOK OF ROOSTER, or reinventing covers, John Brown has one thing in mind. Uniting with his audience to create an unforgettable experience and… PLOWOLOGY is "The Root of it All".

Visit the Artist Roster @ WWW.PEARLDRUM.COM for background on his drumming life.


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michael phillips

I saw John Brown with John Berry in Goldsboro, NC in November. I purchased his cd and loved it. I can relate to everything he was singing. He is also a bad man on a set of Pearl drums!! We need more of his music. Keep it rollin Hound Brown!


Being a southern boy, born and bred, I believe this is undoubtedly one of the best CD's I have ever listened to. It embodies the soul of the Southerner...I could feel every song. My favorites on this album is Funeral in the South and Along the Way. Looking forward to much more music from this man.

Keith Redmon

Hound, just wanted to see how it was going. I'm in my 2nd month of separation. Everything is going ok so far. Wanted to let you know...Listening to "Along The Way" has become my theme. " ...In a quiet moment we can say, I'm OK."

Peace and happiness....we need some more of your music.

keith redmon

Rob Stone

Music and Truth
Mark Twain once said "All of us contain Music & Truth, but most of us can't get it out.". John Brown effortlessly weaves together music and truth in his latest Indie CD 'John Brown's: Plowology'. From the opening 'Stomping Grounds', that presents to the listener a bard's tale of how it is--how it was--and how it should be, to the closing 'Along the Way' my ears were caressed by the magic of song and my mind was transported from the corn fields of Indiana to the shores of Charleston and all that is and represents the old south. Great stuff!