Here is another song he does on Betsy Hyndshaw's Blessed Be The Name CD.

One of those newer "nostalgia" TV channels is broadcasting KRAFT MUSIC HALL. Browning appeared on that several times, usually when Eddy Arnold or Johnny Cash hosted. So, maybe, we'll get to see and hear the youthful Browning again!

Merry Christmas to all of Browning's fans! May your new year be better than this last one.

If only Browning would see fit to release his Christmas album to the public. Doesn't anyone here have it?

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Does anyone know of Browning recording "Oh Shenandoah "?

From the album "Browning Bryant," the song Cover Girl, sung by Browning Bryant, written and produced by Allen Toussaint, RIP.

Allen produced Browning's last commercial release and wrote the songs that Browning didn't write.

Allen Toussaint, the legendary songwriter, producer, arranger and performer hailed by the Grammys, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and musicians and fans worldwide as one of the most influential figures in New Orleans music, died Monday while on tour
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Bonnie Guitar's best selling record might appeal to some Browning fans.

This is the version I remember. Of course I was just twelve ;)

Several songs on Browning's "Patches" album were produced by Bonnie Guitar. You can read the Wikipedia version of her (long) life....

Bonnie Guitar (born Bonnie Buckingham March 25, 1923 in Seattle, Washington) is an American Country-Pop Singer. She is best remembered for her 1957 country-pop crossover hit "Dark Moon." She became one of the first female country music singers to have hit songs cross over from the country charts to…

There is a pretty thorough discography for Browning online. The studio for his "Browning Bryant" album is listed as unknown, but it was at the legendary Sea-Saint studio, and Browning told me it was the first album recorded there.…/…

Someone in our group must know what Browning is up to these days. Does he work in Pickens?