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A lifelong resident of Mobile, AL., Milton Brown began writing country music while serving with the U.S. Army in Germany in the 1950's.

Primarily a lyricist, Brown is the owner of Bama Boy Productions, a music recording firm, and a real estate broker. He has penned numerous country songs which have found success in movies -- the smash "Every Which Way But Loose" from the Clint Eastwood movie of the same name, and "Barroom Buddies" from the Eastwood film "Bronco Billy", are among the most successful.

In addition to his film work, Brown's songs have found their way onto recordings by Jimmy Buffett, Kim Carnes, Eddie Rabbit, The Little River Band, Loretta Lynn, Kenny Rogers, Tanya Tucker, Smokey Robinson, Ernest Tubb, Brenda Lee, Paul Davis, Billy Joe Royal, Glen Campbell, Merle Haggard, Charlie Rich, Jennifer Warnes, Terri Gibbs, Gary Morris, Maureen McGovern, Dorsey Burnette, Ronnie Milsap, Randy Travis, Anne Murray, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Roy Rogers, John Anderson, Tom Jones, Charlie McCoy and many others.

His songs have garnered two Grammy nominations, a Country Music Association award, People's Choice finalist award, and he was the winner of a National Association of Theater Owners American Movie Award.

Watch a video - Milton Brown speaks to Ch.5 WKRG about his pursuit to see southerners get more opportunities in Hollywood!


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