Jim "Moose" Brown (Copy)

Jim is a famous Arkansan who is a singer, and an award winning songwriter.

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“Moose” moved to Nashville, Tennessee

1983

He also joined The Silver Bullet Band and met lots of famous people including Jim Ed Brown, Whisperin’ Bill Anderson, Marie Osmond, Dan Seals, and Bob Seger.

He earned the title of "Keyboard of the Year"

1994

“It’s Five O’clock Somewhere” won the Grammy Award for Best Country Song

2003

He Co-Wrote this song first for Kenny Chesney but he turned it down.

“If Something Should Happen”

2004

The song that he wrothe for Darryl Worley called “If Something Should Happen” was listed "Top 10 Country Songs".

Keyboard Player Of The Year 2.0

2005

He was once again, nominated for Keyboard Player Of The Year by the Academy of Country Music.

Cars

2006

He made the background music for Pixar's film Cars.

Keyboard Player of the Year 3.0

2006

He was nominated for Keyboard Player Of The Year by the Academy of Country Music again.

“Sounds Like Life to Me”

2008

“Moose” co-produced the album “Sounds Like Life to Me” by Darryl Worley.

“In Color”

2009

The single “In Color” won CMA and ACM Song of the Year.

Arkansas Entertainer's Hall of Fame

2010

Jim "Moose" Brown was inducted into the Arkansas Entertainer's Hall of Fame.

Cars 2

2011

He also created the background music for Pixar's sequel to Cars, Cars 2

Keyboard Player of the Year 4.0

2011

He was nominated for Keyboard Player Of The Year by the Academy of Country Music.... Again.........