Hard to Say – Sawyer Brown
In the early nineties there was a cable channel called CMT – Country Music Television – and if I wasn’t watching anything else, CMT would be on in the corner of the room. 131 more words
It is February of 2017 as I write this.
This project began for us back in the summer of 2014 — nearly three years ago — when we first sat down with Brandon Weiss in what was then his new office in Geneva, Illinois. 346 more words
Sawyer Brown was nearing the end of their hitmaking days when Six Days on the Road dropped twenty years ago this month. The album was their second to last to be produced by Mac McAnally, who had significant influence over the project. 397 more words
1992’s Cafe on the Corner was Sawyer Brown’s first album after they ended their nearly decade-long association with Capitol Records. Released on the Curb label, it continues along the same path as their previous effort… 442 more words