Miranda Brown
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Miranda Brown

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The best kept secret in music


"Lonesome in Austin, she hails 'Baystate'"

"...(Brown) teamed up with Scott Hall, the keyboard player for the Drunk Stuntmen, who produced the album. Brown and Hall had both been in a band called Nuclear Waste Management Club. Together they asked musician friends to write songs for the album, or lend songs they weren't using...The tunes are mostly in a country-rock vein. Brown's lovely, un-fancy, gingham voice shows all kinds of promise..." - Daily Hampshire Gazette

"Spoon River Anthology review"

"...American folk songs- by turn, haunting, poignant, lively- rendered with perfect simplicity by singer/ guitarist Miranda Brown..." - Greenfield Recorder


Baystate- LP (2004)


Feeling a bit camera shy


October, 2003- Miranda Brown arrived, sun-burned and disoriented, in the bustling musical metropolis of Austin, TX. Fresh from her triumphant win as best female vocalist in the Western MA - Valley Advocate's 2003 Reader Poll, she packed up her truck and decided to try her hand at winning friends and fans in a city known for it's welcoming embrace of up-and-coming artists.

With her debut CD, "Baystate" is an album about love, and loss, and vans. She recorded the album with a variety of musicians from the Pioneer Valley including Jose Ayerve, Ken Maiuri (Pedro the Lion), Scott Hall (Drunk Stuntmen), Don McAuley (Ware River Club), and Peyton Pinkerton (Pernice Brothers, New Radiant Storm King) to name but a few. Her new Austin line-up includes members of such local favorites as Youngmond Grand, Vacation Gold, the Fighting Brothers McCarthy, and Emily Sparks. Look for Miranda to play a bar, living room, or backyard near you soon.