On this episode of The Music Room, Nashville correspondent Raven Keane sits down with Grammy-nominated country legend, T. Graham Brown.
Brown started his career singing ad jingles, but before long, he was a fixture in the Nashville music scene. During a career spanning 30 years, he released 13 studio albums and three Billboard Number One singles. Now, he makes regular appearances on “The Grand Ole’ Opry,” “Larry’s Country Diner” and “Country’s Family Reunion.”
In this interview, Raven and T. Graham and his wife Sheila discuss his Grammy-nominated album, “Forever Changed.” He explains how the album came together, and how some of its special guests—like Vince Gill— became involved. T. Graham also talks about the album’s themes of faith, forgiveness and overcoming addiction.
In addition to talking about their music and their faith, in the second part of the interview, T. Graham and Sheila also talk about the battles facing people with mental illness.
Check out the two-part interview below to meet an original character and great musician: T. Graham Brown.
T. Graham Brown, Part 1, Host: Raven Keane, recorded Dec. 10, 2015, aired Jan. 26, 2016
T. Graham Brown, Part 2, Host: Raven Keane, recorded Dec. 10, 2015, aired Feb. 2, 2016
Artist / Track / Album / Year
T. Graham Brown / Forever Changed / Forever Changed / 2015
T. Graham Brown featuring Leon Russell, The Oak Ridge Boys, Jason Crabb and Steve Cropper / People Get Ready / Forever Changed / 2015
T. Graham Brown featuring Vince Gill / He’ll Take Care of You / Forever Changed / 2015
T. Graham Brown / Wine into Water / Forever Changed / 2015