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T. GRAHAM BROWN’S GRAMMY NOMINATED ALBUM, ‘FOREVER CHANGED,’

T. GRAHAM BROWN’S GRAMMY NOMINATED ALBUM, ‘FOREVER CHANGED,’ AVAILABLE IN CRACKER BARREL OLD COUNTRY STORE® LOCATIONS

T. Graham Brown
 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 23, 2015) – T. Graham Brown’s latest Grammy-nominated album Forever Changed
has hit Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations. The critically
acclaimed album features collaborations with some of the top Country
artists in the music business including Vince Gill, The Oak Ridge Boys,
and Jimmy Fortune. Brown also channels his Gospel side with
collaborations with Christian singers Jason Crabb, Sonya Issacs, Three
Bridges, among others.

“I’m so excited that ‘Forever Changed’ is in the Cracker Barrel
restaurant and stores! It’s our favorite place to stop when we’re out on
the road” said an excited T. Graham Brown. “We love the food and it’s
so much fun to shop and look at all the “cool stuff” in the store. I
always check out the CD rack, and to have my album there is a dream come
true.”

In an industry where you have stories each and every day concerning
declining sales, the music program at Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores
continues to thrive, as it begins its’ second decade. The company is
responsible for top ten albums by such Country Music Hall of Fame
members as Alabama and Kenny Rogers, and also partnered up with the
iconic Dolly Parton for her 2012 An Evening With Dolly CD / DVD
package, which is the program’s only RIAA Gold selling project. In
2015, the 600-plus location restaurant chain resumed its’ success story
by teaming up with Bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley for his Man Of Constant Sorrow disc,
which featured collaborations from a wide variety of artists, such as
Lee Ann Womack and Elvis Costello. The set debuted on the Billboard Top
Bluegrass Albums chart at #2, and also gave Stanley his highest ranking
ever on the magazine’s Country Album chart, entering the list at No.
14.

In addition to a Grammy nomination in 2015 for “Best Gospel Roots
Album,” Brown has also garnered some of the strongest ink of his
career.  He is set to appear in Country Weekly, in an issue that will
hit newsstands later this month. Other features include Billboard, CMT,
The Examiner, Power Source (which Brown graces the cover for February),
and many more.

Track Listing:
1. He’ll Take Care Of You (with Vince Gill)
2. From A Stronger Place
3. Soul Talk (with Jason Crabb)
4. Forever Changed
5. Shadow Of Doubt (with Leon Russell)
6. The Power Of Love (with Jeff & Sheri Easter)
7. Out Of The Rain
8. People Get Ready (with Jason Crabb, Leon Russell, Steve Cropper, The Oak Ridge Boys)
9. Pillow Of Mercy (with The Booth Brothers)
10. Midnight Rainbow (with Three Bridges)
11. Which Way To Pray (with Sonya Isaacs)
12. How Do You Know (with The Oak Ridge Boys)
13. Wine Into Water (with Jimmy Fortune)

About Forever Changed:
Produced by Mark L. Carman, recorded and mixed by Joe Carrell for MCM World Media, Forever Changed
is comprised of thirteen tracks featuring guest vocal appearances by
popular, award-winning artists Vince Gill, The Oak Ridge Boys, Leon
Russell, Jason Crabb Jeff & Sheri Easter, Steve Cropper, The Booth
Brothers, Three Bridges and Jimmy Fortune. The lineup of talent
collectively boasts 26 Grammys and 37 Dove Awards. Forever Changed was
nominated for “Best Roots Gospel Album” and was re-released on Sony/RED
(in conjunction with Mansion Entertainment) on January 27th, 2015.

About T. Graham Brown:
T. Graham Brown has recorded over thirteen studio albums and charted
more than twenty singles on the Billboard charts. Three of these singles
reached number one and eight more reached the top ten. Brown’s voice is
also recognized from his singing in advertising campaigns for
McDonald’s, Disneyland, Almond Joy, Coca Cola, Dodge Truck, Ford,
Hardee’s and many others including the Taco Bell “Run For The Border”
television spots. This past year his appearance in the concept video for
“Working on A Building” with Marty Raybon, Jimmy Fortune and Trace
Adkins was aired across multiple national television networks. T. Graham
Brown still actively tours throughout the year including multiple
appearances on the legendary Grand Ole Opry and television appearances
such as Larry’s Country Diner and Country’s Family Reunion. Brown’s
uniqueness has made him one of the most beloved and iconic performers of
the day.

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