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Jeff Brown & Still Lonesome
Jeff began playing at the very young age of nine. He and his brother formed the Richlands Bluegrass Boys performing at festivals, fairs, Churches, family reunions etc. In 1993, Jeff started to work for the legendary Larry Sparks as bass player and tenor singer. Jeff worked as a Lonesome Rambler from 1993 to 1996. He continued to play various dates and recording projects until forming Still Lonesome. Jeff has performed on many famous stages such as: the Grand Ole Opry at the world famous Ryman Auditorium in Nashville Tennessee, along with the television shows Austin City Limits in Austin Texas and Song of the Mountains on PBS. One notable, while performing with Sparks at the Carter Fold in Hiltons, Virginia, Jeff was asked to play bass for Johnny Cash along with his wife, June Carter Cash. Jeff currently serves as Coordinator and Co-Chair of the Richlands Freedom Festival. Jeff served as the director of the Traditional Music Program at Southwest Virginia Community College. Jeff also served as Coordinator and Co-Chair for the Virginia Mountain Music Festival and the Mountain Music Jamboree. Jeff serves on the musician’s board with The Crooked Road. Jeff also toured with The Charlie Sizemore Band and has pulled fill in duties with the band Blue Highway and Dr. Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Jesse McReynolds and many more.

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