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Sawyer Brown

Friday, October 11
Doors: 7pm Show: 8pm
$37.99 to $125

Sawyer Brown has produced 23 albums with more than 50 chart singles and loads of CMA, ACM and CMT awards on the shelf. To pull a line from one of the band’s enduring hits: “This is the life and times of a travelin’ band,” Sawyer Brown is a traveling band, indeed.

Always on the move—on the road, on stage and in their career. When asked about what keeps him motivated on the road, lead singer Mark Miller says, “It’s playing the next show. Be grateful for where you’ve been and be excited about where you’re going.”Sawyer Brown is Mark Miller, keyboardist Gregg “Hobie” Hubbard, lead guitarist Shayne Hill, and drummer Joe Smyth.

Mark and his band mates have been singing hits like “Step That Step,” “Shakin’,” “Betty’s Bein’ Bad,” “The Race is On,” and the band’s second No. 1 hit “Some Girls Do” with unmatched energy and excitement since they first stepped foot on stage in the early 80s. Mark says, “We knew that we wanted to play music and we knew that we wanted to work at being the best live band there was—and the only way to do that was to get out and play shows. And so we did.”

Sawyer Brown is an American country music band. It was founded in 1981 in Apopka, Florida, by Mark Miller (lead vocals, guitar), Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard (keyboards), Bobby Randall (guitars), Joe "Curly" Smyth (drums), and Jim Scholten (bass guitar). The five musicians were originally members of country singer Don King's road band, but chose to stay together after King retired in 1981. After competing on the television competition series Star Search and winning that show's grand prize, they signed to Capitol Records in 1984. The band recorded for Capitol between then and 1991, and for Curb Records between then and 2005, except for a short time in 2003 when they were signed to Lyric Street Records.
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