Grammy-nominated country singer/songwriter T. Graham Brown, who was also just named Top Mainstream Country Male Artist by the Inspirational Country Music Association, is cruising the country in his ChordBuddy wrapped tour bus. The ChordBuddy partnership will bring both Brown’s soulful music, along with ChordBuddy’s unique design to fans and potential musicians throughout North America. With select shows remaining in 2015, Brown will set his sights on an even bigger 2016 (stay tuned for tour dates).

For years, Brown was unable to grip the neck of the guitar to fully hit the chords due to a childhood accident. Brown was just two years old when he cut his finger – preventing future growth. After meeting Travis Perry, inventor of ChordBuddy through a mutual friend, Brown is now able to play the guitar. Most recently, Brown made a guest appearance in the booth at the National Association of Music Merchants show in Nashville earlier this year. He not only sang his hit “Darlene,” but accompanied himself on the guitar. Perry also sang and played along as fans gathered around.

“It’s great that Travis and I have become such good friends and got to work together on our new bus wrap. Jamie Mullican of THE WRAP ARTIST came up with a perfect design featuring T. Graham Brown and ChordBuddy,” said a thankful T. Graham Brown. “We’ll be traveling all over the country doing shows promoting our new CD, and telling folks about the ChordBuddy. We’ve done some shows and the fans love the artwork on the bus. Everyone wants to take their picture standing by it! Watch for us in a venue near you, come to the show and take your picture by the bus!”

Brown is stopping by “Larry’s Country Diner” this weekend for a very special appearance. It’s going to be an episode full of excitement, as Brown steps in for Larry Black as the guest host. Be sure to tune in as “Larry’s Country Diner” serves up hearty laughs and great music that will leave fans thirsty for more, with a musical performance by country recording artist David Ball. The down home variety program is produced by Gabriel Communications and airs on Saturday nights and Sunday evenings on RFD-TV.
As the holiday season approaches, Brown is getting into the Christmas spirit with his new album, Christmas with T. Graham Brown. The project serves as Brown’s very first holiday album, tying in his unique vocal style with 11 tracks that will leave fans in a joyful mood all season long. Standout tracks include the Christmas classics “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and an upbeat rendition of “Run Run Rudolph.” Also included on the project is “Santa Claus is Coming in a UFO.” The out-of-this-world track was penned by Brown, alongside his wife Sheila, and their son, Acme.

You can learn more at tgrahambrown.com or facebook.com/tonygrahambrown

T. Graham Brown on Tour:
Nov 19 – Sulphur, LA – Chamber of Commerce
Dec 05 – Mcconnelsville, OH – Ohio Valley Opry

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About T. Graham Brown:
T. Graham Brown has recorded over 15 studio albums and charted more than 28 singles on the Billboard charts. Six of these singles reached Number One and eight more reached the Top Ten. Brown’s voice is also recognized from his singing in advertising campaigns for McDonald’s, Disneyland, Almond Joy, Coca Cola, Dodge Truck, Ford, Hardee’s and many others including the Taco Bell “Run For The Border” television spots. This past year, his appearance in the concept video for “Working on A Building” with Marty Raybon, Jimmy Fortune and Trace Adkins aired across multiple national television networks. Brown still actively tours throughout the year including multiple appearances on the legendary Grand Ole Opry and television appearances such as Larry’s Country Diner and Country’s Family Reunion. His uniqueness has made him one of the most beloved performers of the day. The latest album, Forever Changed, garnered T. Graham his very first Grammy nomination in 2015. Brown has recently been featured on CMT.com, Country Weekly, Billboard and more.