SCOOTER BROWN

Scooter Brown, Randy Travis, Charlie Daniels

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 2, 2019)

Southern Rock neotraditional group, Scooter Brown Band, made their Grand Ole Opry debut on Tuesday night. After a rousing welcome and endorsement from Opry star Charlie Daniels, the band played their signature title-track from their album American Son along with “Georgia” and “Ain’t Country At All.” They joined a star-filled line-up including Little Big Town, Dailey & Vincent, Cam, Bill Anderson, Zach Williams and the Charlie Daniels Band. Not only was one Country Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry member (Daniels) on hand to support, but long-time friend of the band Randy Travis also showed up and was greeted with a standing ovation by the sold-out crowd.

"Almost 20 years ago to the date of our debut at the Opry, I was standing on the yellow footprints starting Marine Corps Recruit Training in San Diego. I never imagined back then that I would perform inside the circle at the Grand Ole Opry. It was a life moment equal to getting my Eagle, Globe & Anchor paced in my hand and being called a Marine for the first time. To do it with two of musical idols, Randy Travis and Charlie Daniels, watching was something I will never forget. We are so grateful to the Opry family for this amazing opportunity and look forward to being back soon," said Scooter Brown.

"There's a young man that’s gonna come on after we get finished tonight, that is a hero in my book, he is a Marine. He has seen a lot of action… I just want you to know, he’s one of my favorite people so when he comes out here just remember, this guy went and fought for us," said Charlie Daniels, during his set, about Scooter and the band.

Scooter Brown Band is currently in the middle of their "Story Of My Life Tour," traveling across North America, playing shows in, Colorado, Texas, Alaska, Mississippi and more. In January 2019, lead singer and Marine Veteran Scooter Brown was awarded Male Vocalist of the Year at the 3rd Annual Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards presented by iHeartRadio. Scooter Brown Band's "American Son" featuring Charlie Daniels was also nominated for Song of the Year. The award comes following his appearance on USA Network’s Real Country and the band’s release of their acclaimed album American Son. You can keep up with all of the band’s tour dates and more at scooterbrownband.com.

About Scooter Brown Band:

After four years and three months, two tours overseas with one tour of combat in Iraq as a United States Marine, Scott Brown traded his guns in for guitars and hit the road. Scooter Brown Band was formed and began playing mainly in and around Houston, Texas. They have toured North America and opened for some of their biggest influences including Charlie Daniels Band, Travis Tritt, Dwight Yoakam, Lee Roy Parnell and the Marshall Tucker Band, just to name a few. With two of the members having served in the military, they dedicate significant time doing work for Veteran Support Organizations like Base Camp 40 - Warriors in the Wild, Lone Survivor Foundation, and the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation. For the last few years the band has been building a new era in their career. Defined as modern southern rock the band released American Son in late 2017 and was named Rolling Stone Country Artist to Watch. Spotify supported the title track of the album on playlists including "Country Rocks," "Southern Rock 101" and "Texas Music Now." Brown was featured as a finalist on USA Network's "Real Country" in 2018 and was awarded Male Vocalist of the Year at the 3rd Annual Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards presented by iHeartRadio. The band has continued a rigorous touring schedule while writing with some of the biggest songwriters in Nashville and recording new music set to release in 2019.

For more information, please visit scooterbrownband.com.

SCOOTER BROWN BAND ROCKS GRAND OLE OPRY DEBUT

(L to R): SBB's Carrigan Shields and Steven Sutherland, Scooter Brown, Opry Entertainment's Sally Williams, SBB's Brian Sowell and Matt Bledsoe

Photo Courtesy Grand Ole Opry, photo by Chris Hollo

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