Tony Brown’s reputation as an unshakeable pillar of the country music scene extends back over 40 years. Working primarily as a producer for some of the biggest names in the business, including Reba McEntire, Vince Gill and George Strait, he is still one of the most sought-after and highly acclaimed producers making the circuit. Most recently, Tony was featured in Outlaws & Armadillos: Country’s Roaring ‘70s. Tony will also be featured in a Ken Burns documentary that is set to air next year. Often credited as the founding father of the Americana country movement, Tony’s power for bending genres, establishing careers and tirelessly pushing the envelope has earned him numerous awards and recognitions. He is a Grammy Award winner and has also won numerous Academy of Country Music Awards’. His other accolades include ACM Producer of the Year Award, numerous Gold, Platinum and multi-Platinum album credits, a Grammy nomination for Producer of the Year, and AMA’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Over the course of his career, he has yielded over 100 #1 singles and record levels of sales exceeding the $100 million mark, while simultaneously building a pantheon of stars unparalleled in music history. Some of the artists he has signed include Rodney Crowell, Steve Earle, Joe Ely, Lyle Lovett, Kelly Willis, Todd Snider, Allison Moorer, The Mavericks, Shooter Jennings and more. He produced the majority of tracks for Tuskegee, one of 2012’s highest grossing albums, with award-winning artist Lionel Richie featuring duets with Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker, Tim McGraw, Jimmy Buffett, Little Big Town, Kenny Rogers and Willie Nelson. In 2016, Tony produced Cyndi Lauper’s country album, Detour. Tony Brown remains a heavy hitter in the music industry, with his latest project, child prodigy EmiSunshine.