Gypsies On Parade

Volume 10 - Number 4

Two Years In The Work: New Album Debuts!

August 29th marked the release of Sawyer brown thirteenth album: This Thing Called Wantin' And Havin' It All. With the first single (of the same title) well on it's way up the charts the anticipation of the fans has been mounting. This is the first album of all new material to be released in over two years. "It's been a long two years in the making, so that we could bring you the best of Sawyer Brown," said Mark of the impending release. "Hopefully this album will make you smile, think a little bit, and rock you when you need rockin'"

Check It Out:

Band Graces Cover Of Special Summer Issue

If you haven't already done so you will probably want to pick up a couple copies of the New Country Special Summer Travel Issue. The cover story features none other than our very own Sawyer Brown!

The summer travel issue takes its readers on a guided tour of Nashville. Mark Miller took New Country's Nashville Editor, Brian Mansfield, on a special tour of that included some spots that are particularly meaningful to him. The trip began with a visit to the road from which the band initially derived its name. From there the two stopped by Mark's favorite eating establishment the sportsman's Grille, then they took in some practice on the putting greens of the Legend's golf course and then they stopped by Bellevue Center to do a little shopping. The accompanying pictorial features some fun shots of mark hard at play...what we want to know is if he ever sunk any of those putts?

Also included in the article are some of the favorite places to see as presented by Hobie, Duncan, Joe and Jim. If hungry visitors stopped by to see Hobie he said he would probably take them out to Brown's Diner for one of the best cheeseburgers in town. A thirsty Duncan would take his visitors to meet his favorite bartender...Dave down at La Paz Restaurants Y Catina. History buff Joe Smyth suggests stopping br the Carter House in Franklin. Jim itinerary would begin with a visit to Andrew Jackson's Hermitage. For more in-depth details and a visit through Nashville, Sawyer Brown style, you'd best pick up a issue for yourself!

Single On The Move:

Showing Great Promise For The Top Ten Chart Position!

The first single from the new album This Thing Called Wantin' And Havin' It All entered the charts at number 41 and has risen to number 16. The competition for chart success has been particularily fierce with two singles setting records as they leap up the charts. As always we will be relying on the continued support of our fan club to help carry our single all the way to number 1. Now is the time to call your local radio stations and make your requests heard. Heavy request activity is critical, please know that your calls will make the difference is critical, please know that your calls will make the difference for Sawyer Brown.

Country Music Association Awards

We are proud to announce that for the third year in a row Sawyer Brown is a nominee finalist for CMA Vocal Group Of The Year. This year's award show will be held on October 4th in Nashville. Other category nominees include Shenandoah, Black Hawk, The Mavericks and Diamond Rio.

The evening's festivities will be hosted by Vince Gill and will broadcast live from the Grand Ole Opry at 7:00 PM CST. The show will air on CBS and is expected to be viewed by one of the largest TV audiences ever. We hope that each of you plan to watch and that you will be cheering on Sawyer Brown...maybe three will be our lucky number!

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