Michael Shaun Brown
Country/Country Rock/Southern Rock/Americana
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Born and raised in the heart of Appalachia, Michael Shaun Brown’s musical roots run deep. When you grow up a few miles from the birthplace of country music you tend to have the simple beginnings and the soul of country music in your blood. Brown left his home in Southwest Virginia in 2011 and made his way to Nashville to pursue his career in country music and hone his skills in songwriting and musicianship. That soon led to writing songs and studio sessions by day and playing in the Honky Tonk bars by night, to make ends meet. Playing thousands of shows and forming a Southern Rock/Alt country band called “Bone Feather” that made two records and toured all over the country.
When the Pandemic of 2020 hit, Michael made the decision to relocate his family to the midwest to focus on writing and recording songs in a more subtle environment and raise his daughter in a more rural environment like the one that he got to enjoy as a child.
Now that the world is in its Post-Pandemic phase, MSB is getting geared up to take on the Midwest full steam ahead and will soon be on a stage near you!
Bone Feather- Ain’t enough whiskey (MSB Original song)
Allman Brothers- Whipping Post(cover)
Band of Heathens- Hurricane(cover)
John Prine- Paradise – cover(acoustic)