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Buddy Brown is a traditional American country music singer-songwriter who was discovered as a YouTube sensation. Brown was born on May 12, 1982 to Dan and Cheryl Brown in Madison, Mississippi, a suburb of Jackson.[1][2] When Brown was nine years old, his family decided to relocate to Orlando, Florida for his father’s career.[1][3] In 2005, he graduated from Mississippi State with a degree in Psychology.[1] On October 13, 2009, he released a cover of Easton Corbin’s “A Little More Country Than That” that went viral.[1][4] A year later, he opened up for country music legend, John Anderson in Wildwood, FL.[1][5][6][7] On July 4, 2012, he released his first album titled Mason Jar. His fan base pushed his first full-length CD to No. 34 on the iTunes country chart without a record deal.[1][8] March 11, 2014, he released a self-titled EP, Buddy Brown. On October 14, 2014, Buddy released his second EP, Keepin’ It Country.[9] This EP reached to No. 12 on the iTunes charts. In January 2014, Billboard put Keepin’ It Country on their Heat Seekers Albums list. USA Today published a story on Brown, labeling him as a “YouTube Sensation.” [1] His single “Takin’ You Huntin’” landed him a spot on the front page and an online feature in the Clarion Ledger.[10] [11] On April 21, 2015, he released his third EP, Hometown Anthems.[12] This EP landed at No. 28 on iTunes. He joined artists’ Chase Rice and Dee Jay Silver in May of that year to perform at the NASCAR Talladega Motor Speedway.[13] He previously performed for more than 10,000 in a pre-race concert at Talladega in May 2013.[1] On July 24–25, 2015, he performed at Boo Fest, a charity golf tournament.[14] Fall of 2015, the College Town Throw Down Tour line up included Justin Moore, Jon Pardi, Easton Corbin, Joe Nichols and Brothers Osborne.[15] He opened up for Jon Pardi at the Clay County Fairgrounds in Green Cover Springs, FL in October 2015.[16] On July 22, 2016, he will open for Jon Pardi again at the Muscatine County Fair.[17] In February 2016, Brown released his fourth EP, Hurricane Stomp.[18] The EP peaked at No. 16 on iTunes-US and No. 8 in Canada.[19] The EP was featured on New Artist Spotlight and landed on the Billboard’s sales chart as one of the two top independent releases of the week.[20] Brown currently has over seven million views of his YouTube videos.[21] In addition to his YouTube success, Brown has over 250,000 social media followers. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.