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Singer T. Graham Brown Shares Story of Recovery, Talks About New Album
Nashville singer/songwriter T. Graham Brown had a string of hits in the 1980s, but his career faltered as he struggled with alcoholism and bipolar disorder. He stopped drinking, and his song "Wine into Water" came from the experience. In this interview, Brown talks about it, and reveals details about the gospel album he's currently recording, which will feature guest stars such as Vince Gill and Leon Russell.
Brown will perform during Valleyfest, a large outdoor festival taking place in Dunlap, Tennessee May 3rd and 4th.