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Birth name  Dennis Martin Brown
Name  Marty Brown
Origin  Maceo, Kentucky, USA
Role  Musical Artist

Occupation(s)  Singer-songwriter
Genres  Country
Instruments  Vocals Rhythm guitar
Music group  Art of Fighting
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Born  July 25, 1965 (age 50) (1965-07-25)
Years active  1991–1996, 2013–present
Website  http://WWW.martybrownmusic.com
Albums  High and Dry, Wild Kentucky Skies, Cryin', Lovin', Leavin', Here's To The Honky Tonks, Als Hans Die Marie Verlies
Record labels  MCA Records, HighTone Records
Similar People  Clare Bowditch, Machine Translations, Kevin Skinner
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Dennis Marty Brown (born July 25, 1965 in Maceo, Kentucky) is an American country music artist. Active between 1991 and 1996, he has released four studio albums and has charted one single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts.

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Career

Brown's first recording contract was with MCA Records in 1991. While on that label, he recorded three studio albums: 1991's High and Dry, 1993's Wild Kentucky Skies, and 1994's Cryin', Lovin', Leavin'. Although all three of these albums received critical acclaim for his neotraditionalist country style and solid songwriting, none of them produced any major hits. His fourth studio album, Here's to the Honky Tonks, was released in 1996 on HighTone Records. He also co-wrote Tracy Byrd's "I'm from the Country", Perfect Stranger's "The Hits" and Trace Adkins' "When I Stop Loving You".

Brown was a contestant on season eight of America's Got Talent and advanced as far as the semi-final rounds. After competing on America's Got Talent, he signed a record deal with Independent Label, Dreamlined Entertainment. His new single, Make You Feel My Love, was available for download on February 5, 2016.

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