Tommy Brown

Tommy Brown


Tommy Brown is more than a legendary blues singer, he is truly a legendary entertainer. After 70+ years in show business, Tommy Brown is still recording and performing. He is a 'must see' act that can make you dance, sing, laugh, and cry all in one night.


Tommy Brown was born in Atlanta, Georgia on May 27, 1931. He has performed soulful and comedic tunes for over 65 years and is widely considered one of the greats of Georgia R&B.

He emerged on the music scene in the 1940's and has performed with and written for such legends as Count Basie, Chuck Berry, T-Bone Walker, Little Milton, Albert King, Ike Turner, Little Richard, Bill Doggett, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Chuck Willis, Big Mama Thornton and many others.

Tommy Brown is a dynamic dancer, blues singer, songwriter, producer and comedian. His comedy albums were a hit during the 1970's during a departure from his singing career.

Tommy Brown is known for his 1952 Billboard ..1 hit "Weepin' and Cryin" and for being the one who coined the comedic phrase "I Ain't Lying."


-Classic Tommy Brown
-"Remember Me"
Bonedog Records BDRCD-11
-"Harmonica Blues Kings"
Tommy Brown singing 4 tracks with blues legends Big Walter Horton, Willie Dixon, and Memphis Slim
Date: 2000
Label: Delmark

Title: Weepin' & Cryin' / Shuffle Bug
Date: ??
Label: DOT 1071
Title: Remember Me / Southern Women
Date: 1954
Label: UNITED U-183
Title: Rock Away My Blues / Someday, Somewhere
Date: 1957
Label: IMPERIAL 5476
Title: V-* Baby / Double Faced Deacon
Date: ??
Label: SAVOY 813-A
Title: No News From Home / Never Trust A Woman
Date: ??
Label: SAVOY

Set List

Remember Me
Weepin and Cryin
Heart Aches and Trouble
Everyday I Have the Blues
Chains of Love
Blues at Midnight
Women and Cadillacs
One Mans Woman
Please Send Me Someone to Love
Fat Hardys Tarty