MAXINE BROWN DIES

The last remaining member of “The Browns” has died at the age of 87.  Maxine Brown died with family by her side in Little Rock, Arkansas.  Maxine, along with her sister Bonnie, and their brother Jim Ed Brown, composed “The Browns”, who had quite a few hits in the 50’s and 60’s.  They were all made members of the Country Music Hall Of Fame in 2015.

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Maxine is on the right of Jim Ed.

Of course, the Browns are mostly known for a million selling record called “The Three Bells.”

 

Maybe you remember “The Old Lamplighter.”

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Author: jaydeanhcr

Jay Dean spent 30 years in the radio business working morning shows and having fun on the air. Jay is now the host/creator of a very popular radio show called “Country Legends Jukebox.” Jay also helps out ministering at two churches in the area. Jay is at St. John's Lutheran in Hecla, SD, and Trinity Lutheran in Houghton, SD. Jay is blessed to have his beautiful wife Jeannie by his side, and received the two greatest gifts he could ever receive in his sons Tyler and Mitchell. Jay's interests including listening to classic country music, including his favorite Hank Williams, SR., and watching his beloved Washington Redskins and Minnesota Wild.

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