James Brown

Singer, songwriter, record producer, dope dealer James Brown

James Joseph Brown was an American singer, songwriter, musician, and recording artist. He is one of the founding fathers of funk music and is a major figure of 20th century popular music and dance. In a career that spanned six decades, Brown profoundly influenced the development of many different musical genres. Brown moved on a continuum of blues and gospel-based forms and styles to a profoundly "Africanized" approach to music making.
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Birthday
03 May 1933
Death Place
Atlanta
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A Lyrical Twist: Figure Skaters Perform to Music With Words
NYTimes - 12 days
Bring on James Brown, Justin Bieber, Moby, and maybe some Mozart. New rules allow skaters flexibility to rock the Winter Olympics.
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Why Is James Brown’s Estate Still Unsettled? Ask the Lawyers
NYTimes - 14 days
More than 11 years after the Godfather of Soul’s death, his hope of providing for underprivileged children remains entangled by conflict and lawsuits.
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Why Is James Brown’s Estate Still Unsettled? Ask the Lawyers
NYTimes - 15 days
More than 11 years after the Godfather of Soul’s death, his hope of providing for underprivileged children remains entangled by conflict and lawsuits.
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More than 90% of recent Grammy nominees are men, USC study finds
LATimes - 26 days
A new study on gender and racial figures in pop music proves the old James Brown refrain is still true: It’s a man’s man’s man’s world. The study, in part, looked at the gender breakdown of Grammy Award nominees, and found a wide imbalance. A total of 90.7% of nominees between 2013 and 2018 were...
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CBS' James Brown blames porn tweet on Twitter hack
Fox News - 2 months
CBS sportscaster James Brown said he was hacked after his personal Twitter page had a NSFW porn link appear.
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California wildfire ‘bigger than New York City’ now fifth largest in state history
Yahoo News - 2 months
A massive California wildfire that has already destroyed nearly 800 structures scorched another 56,000 acres on Sunday, making it the fifth largest such blaze in recorded state history, as it ran toward picturesque coastal cities. But fire officials said as darkness fell that with the hot, dry Santa Ana winds not as fierce as expected, crews had been successful in building some fire lines between the flames and the towns of Montecito and Carpinteria. "This is a menacing fire, certainly, but we have a lot of people working very diligently to bring it under control," Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown told an evening press conference. Still, some 5,000 residents remained under evacuation orders in the two communities, near Santa Barbara and about 100 miles (160 km) northwest of Los Angeles. Some 15,000 homes were considered threatened. The Thomas Fire, the worst of six major blazes in Southern California in the last week and already the fifth largest in the state since 1932, has bl...
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Behind the NFL national anthem protests
CBS News - 5 months
From London to Los Angeles, NFL players responded to President Trump saying players should be fired for protesting during the national anthem. More than 200 players kneeled or sat during anthem Sunday. The previous week before Mr. Trump's comments, only six players protested. CBS News special correspondent and "NFL Today" host James Brown joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the controversy.
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GOP panel approves bill to undo much of Dodd-Frank law enacted after financial crisis
Chicago Times - 10 months
A House panel approved legislation Thursday that would gut much of the Dodd-Frank law enacted after the 2008 economic meltdown. The bill cleared the Republican-led House Financial Services Committee on a party-line vote of 34-26. "I can't do a good James Brown, but I feel good," said Rep. Jeb Hensarling,...
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Bill O'Reilly And The Sordid, Chaotic State Of Conservative Talk Radio
Huffington Post - 10 months
An unimaginable, or rather highly unlikely, situation transpired last week with the firing of Bill O’Reilly, host of the popular FOX News program The O’Reilly Factor, for numerous allegations of sexual harassment and other forms of misconduct. Only a few years ago, it would have been unthinkable that a cable personality as popular (at least in many conservative circles) and financially profitable as O’Reilly would have been dismissed from a network like FOX News. From the time The Factor hit the airwaves in 1996 until the present day, the show has been the No. 1 primetime-rated program on cable news. Advertisers paid megabucks to have their products promoted during his time slot. Many politicians and even some celebrities would eagerly go on his program to discuss and, in some cases, gleefully spar with O’Reilly on whatever issues were hot now. Executives at FOX saw him as both their golden boy and cash cow. He was, no doubt, a major reason that FOX was able to enjoy the level of...
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This Black Org Helped Oust Bill O' Reilly By Hitting Fox Where It Hurts
Huffington Post - 10 months
When Fox News failed to hold former anchor Bill O’ Reilly accountable for his prejudicial banter on the network, Color Of Change (COC), a racial justice advocacy group, decided to organize against O’Reilly and his plaftform.  The organization, which dedicates itself to issues of racial inequality, took issue with O’Reilly’s ongoing race-baiting. A 2006 broadcast in which O’Reilly claimed he was attacked during the LA riots was reputed to be a lie by several of his former colleagues in 2015.  In March of that year, COC began an advertising boycott urging companies to pull ads airing during “The O’Reilly Factor.” The campaign, which fluctuated in momentum throughout its first two years, gained traction last month after O’Reilly inappropriately remarked that Congresswoman Maxine Waters’ hair looked like a wig that the late James Brown would sport. But months prior to O’Reilly’s comments on Waters, a wave of allegations that he sexually harassed former Fox employees began to ma...
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Maxine Waters On The Strong Black Women Who Taught Her To Create Her Seat At The Table
Huffington Post - 10 months
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Pastor brings hip hop to church
CBS News - 10 months
The pastor at a 214-year-old church outside Washington, D.C., has tripled the size of his flock with the help of hip hop. James Brown reports.
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Advertisers Boycotting Bill O'Reilly Ignored Years Of Offensive Comments
Huffington Post - 11 months
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Maxine Waters: 'Bill O'Reilly Needs To Go To Jail'
Huffington Post - 11 months
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Sharon Stone Defends Maxine Waters In Spoken-Word Poem
Huffington Post - 11 months
Well, this is something. On Monday, actress Sharon Stone uploaded a video to YouTube in which she praises and defends Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) in a spoken-word poem. In the video, which Stone shared on Twitter, the actress recites lyrics by Shelly Goldstein over a reel of Water’s biggest political moments. Here is a sampling: “Say it loud, she’s black and we’re proud / Disrespect will not be allowed / Since ’91 she’s fought our battles with humor, grace and skill / She’s proved a woman’s definitive place is that house on Capitol Hill” The poem also rhymes “Chisholm” (as in Shirley Chisholm, who was the first black woman elected to Congress) with “racism.” Watch/Support: SAY IT LOUD! SHE’S BLACK & WE’RE PROUD, DISRESPECT WILL NOT B ALLOWED. TY @MaxineWaters 4 #standingup https://t.co/yXaeh7prYC pic.twitter.com/HksySZx4fX — Sharon Stone (@sharonstone) April 4, 2017 Stone’s inspiration for the video seems to stem from the racist and sexist ...
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Black Women Of Twitter Share The BS They Put Up With At Work Every Day
Huffington Post - 11 months
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Bond denied in 2010 fatal home invasion, beating of Loop jewelry supplier
Chicago Times - 12 months
Bond was denied for a 31-year-old Polish national accused of fatally beating a Loop jewelry supplier inside his Northwest Side home during a violent home invasion back in October 2010. Judge James Brown ordered Piotr Wielblad held without bail Saturday at the Leighton Criminal Court Building. Wielblad,...
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James Brown's 'Funky Drummer' Clyde Stubblefield dies at 73
Fox News - about 1 year
Clyde Stubblefield, a drummer for James Brown who created one of the most widely sampled drum breaks ever, died Saturday.
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of James Brown
    LATE ADULTHOOD
  • 2006
    Age 72
    Complete singles reissue In 2006, Hip-O Select Records began a multi-volume reissue of James Brown's complete singles (both A-sides and B-sides) on CD.
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    On December 30, 2006, during the public memorial service at the James Brown Arena, Dr. Shirley A.R. Lewis, president of Paine College, a historically black college in Augusta, Georgia, bestowed posthumously upon Brown an honorary doctorate in recognition and honor of his many contributions to the school in its times of need.
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    On November 14, 2006 Brown was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame, and he was one of several inductees who performed at the ceremony.
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    Afterwards, Official renamed the city's civic center the James Brown Arena, and James Brown attended a ceremony for the unveiling of the namesake center on October 15, 2006.
    A separate, private memorial service was also held in North Augusta, South Carolina on December 29, 2006, which was attended by Brown's family.
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    After Brown's death, Brown's relatives, a host of celebrities and thousands of fans attended public memorial services at the Apollo Theater in New York on December 28, 2006, and at the James Brown Arena on December 30, 2006 in Augusta, Georgia.
    On December 25, 2006, Brown died at approximately 1:45 am EST (06:45 UTC) from congestive heart failure resulting from complications of pneumonia, at the age of 73, with his personal manager Charles Bobbit at his bedside.
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    On December 23, 2006, Brown became very ill and arrived at his dentist's office in Atlanta, Georgia several hours later than his appointment for dental implant work.
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    Brown's last televised appearance was at his induction into the UK Music Hall of Fame in November 2006, before his death the following month.
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    He played a full concert as part of the BBC's Electric Proms on October 27, 2006, at The Roundhouse, supported by The Zutons, with special appearances from Max Beasley and The Sugababes.
    His last shows were greeted with positive reviews, and one of his final concert appearances at the Irish Oxegen festival in Punchestown in 2006 was performed for a record crowd of 80,000 people.
    His final U.S. performances were in San Francisco on August 20, 2006, as headliner at the Festival of the Golden Gate (Foggfest) on the Great Meadow at Fort Mason.
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    In 2006, Brown continued his "Seven Decades of Funk World Tour", his last concert tour where he performed all over the world.
    Though he lost interest in the album, which remains unreleased, a track from the sessions, "Gut Bucket", appeared on a compilation CD included with the August 2006 issue of MOJO.
  • 2005
    Age 71
    He appeared at Edinburgh 50,000 – The Final Push, the final Live 8 concert on July 6, 2005, where he performed a duet with British pop star Will Young on "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag".
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    The beginning of 2005, saw the publication of Brown's second book, I Feel Good: A Memoir of a Life of Soul, written with Marc Eliot.
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    On May 6, 2005, as a 72nd birthday present for Brown, the city of Augusta unveiled a life-sized bronze James Brown statue on Broad Street.
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    During the 47th Annual Grammy Award presentation held on February 13, 2005, James Brown shared the stage with the R&B superstar Usher.
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    In January 2005 a woman named Jacque Hollander filed a lawsuit against James Brown, which stemmed from an alleged 1988 rape.
  • 2004
    Age 70
    Hynie claimed he married her to obtain residency through a Green Card and that the marriage was annulled but the annulment did not occur until April 2004.
    In 2004, Brown performed in Hyde Park, London as a support act for Red Hot Chili Peppers concerts.
  • 2002
    Age 68
    On December 23, 2002, Brown and Hynie held a wedding ceremony that was officiated by the Rev. Larry Flyer.
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    In 2002, Brown appeared in Undercover Brother, playing himself.
    Brown also made a cameo appearance in the 2002 Jackie Chan film The Tuxedo, in which Chan was required to finish Brown's act after having accidentally knocked out the singer.
  • 2001
    Age 67
    In an attempt to prove her marriage to Brown was valid, Hynie produced a 2001 marriage certificate as proof of her marriage to Brown, but she did not provide King with court records pointing to an annulment of her marriage to him or to Ahmed.
    Brown then appeared in Tony Scott's short film Beat the Devil in 2001.
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  • 1998
    Age 64
    Brown's final studio albums, I'm Back and The Next Step, were released in 1998 and 2002 respectively.
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  • 1997
    Age 63
    A ceremony was held for Brown on January 10, 1997 to honor him with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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  • 1995
    Age 61
    In 1995, Brown returned to the Apollo and recorded Live at the Apollo 1995.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1993
    Age 59
    Brown was also honored in his hometown of Augusta, Georgia, for his philanthropy and civic activities. On November 20, 1993 Mayor Charles DeVaney of Augusta held a ceremony to dedicate a section of 9th Street between Broad and Twiggs Streets, renamed "James Brown Boulevard", in the entertainer's honor.
    The bridge was officially dedicated in September 1993, and James Brown appeared at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the event.
    Brown continued making recordings. In 1993 his album Universal James was released.
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  • 1992
    Age 58
    On February 25, 1992 Brown was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 34th annual Grammy Awards.
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  • 1991
    Age 57
    On June 10, 1991, James Brown and a star-filled line up performed before a crowd at the Wiltern Theatre for a live pay-per-view at-home audience.
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    He returned to music with the album Love Over-Due in 1991.
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  • 1988
    Age 54
    After a 1988 arrest for allegedly hitting his wife with a lead pipe and shooting at her in their car during an argument, Brown went on the CNN program Sonya Live in L.A. and appeared to be behaving erratically in response to questions asked by host Sonya Friedman, refusing to discuss the domestic issue with Rodriguez, and wanting instead to focus on his professional life.
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    In 1988, Brown worked with the production team Full Force on the new jack swing-influenced album I'm Real.
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  • 1987
    Age 53
    In 1987, Brown won the Grammy for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Living in America".
  • 1986
    Age 52
    Brown performed the song in the film at Apollo Creed's final fight, shot in the Ziegfeld Room at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, and was credited in the film as "The Godfather of Soul". 1986 also saw the publication of his autobiography, James Brown: The Godfather of Soul, co-written with Bruce Tucker.
    A year later he signed with Scotti Brothers Records and issued the moderately successful album Gravity in 1986.
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  • 1984
    Age 50
    His third marriage was to Adrienne Lois Rodriguez (March 9, 1950 – January 6, 1996), in 1984.
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    In 1984, he teamed with rap musician Afrika Bambaattaa on the song "Unity".
  • FORTIES
  • 1981
    Age 47
    After two more albums failed to chart, Brown left Polydor in 1981.
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  • 1979
    Age 45
    By the release of 1979's The Original Disco Man, Brown was not providing much production or writing, leaving most of it to producer Brad Shapiro, resulting in the song "It's Too Funky in Here" becoming Brown's most successful single in this period.
  • 1976
    Age 42
    After 1976's "Bodyheat", he also failed to appear on the Billboard Hot 100.
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    Among his top ten R&B hits during this latter period included "Funky President" and "Get Up Offa That Thing", the latter song released in 1976 and aimed at musical rivals such as Barry White, The Ohio Players and K.C. and the Sunshine Band.
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    His 1976 single, "Hot (I Need To Be Loved, Loved, Loved, Loved)" (R&B #31), used the main riff from "Fame" by David Bowie, not the other way around as was often believed.
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  • 1974
    Age 40
    In 1974 he returned to the No. 1 spot on the R&B charts with "The Payback", with the parent album reaching the same spot on the album charts; he would reach No. 1 two more times in 1974, with "My Thang" and "Papa Don't Take No Mess".
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1973
    Age 39
    Brown's eldest son, Teddy, died in a car crash on June 14, 1973.
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    In 1973, Brown provided the score for the blaxploitation film Black Caesar.
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    As a result, Brown's record sales and concerts in the United States reached a lull in 1973 as he failed to land a number-one R&B single that year.
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  • 1972
    Age 38
    Brown's endorsement of Nixon during the 1972 presidential election negatively impacted his career during that period with several national Black organizations boycotting his records and protesting at his concert shows.
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    During the 1972 presidential election, James Brown openly proclaimed his support of Richard Nixon for reelection of the presidency over Democratic candidate George McGovern.
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  • 1971
    Age 37
    In 1971, Brown began recording for Polydor Records which also took over distribution of Brown's King Records catalog.
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  • 1970
    Age 36
    Brown's second marriage was to Deidre "Deedee" Jenkins, on October 22, 1970. The couple were separated by 1979 and final divorce decree was issued on January 10, 1981.
    In March 1970, most of Brown's mid-to-late 1960s road band walked out on him due to money disputes, a development augured by the prior disbandment of The Famous Flames singing group for the same reason in 1968.
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  • 1969
    Age 35
    Over a decade later, the couple had separated and the final divorce decree was issued 1969; they maintained a close friendship that lasted until Brown's death.
    Brown began supporting Republican president Richard Nixon after being invited to perform at Nixon's inaugural ball in January 1969.
  • 1968
    Age 34
    During the 1968 presidential campaign, Brown endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Hubert Humphrey and appeared with Humphrey at political rallies.
    After the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee, Brown provided a free city-wide concert in Boston to maintain public order (over the objections of the police chief, who wanted to call off the concert, which he thought would incite violence).
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    In 1968, he recorded a number of funk-oriented tracks with The Dapps, a white Cincinnati band, including the hit "I Can't Stand Myself".
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  • 1967
    Age 33
    In November 1967, James Brown purchased radio station WGYW in Knoxville, Tennessee for a reported $75,000, according to the January 20, 1968 Record World magazine.
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    By 1967, Brown's emerging sound had begun to be defined as funk music.
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  • 1965
    Age 31
    Later in 1965, he issued "I Got You", which became his second single in a row to reach number-one on the R&B chart and top ten on the pop chart.
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  • 1964
    Age 30
    In 1964, seeking bigger commercial success, Brown and Bobby Byrd formed the production company, Fair Deal, linking the operation to the Mercury imprint, Smash Records.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1963
    Age 29
    In 1963, Brown scored his first top 20 pop hit with his rendition of the standard "Prisoner of Love".
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  • 1962
    Age 28
    On October 24, 1962, Brown financed a live recording of a performance at the Apollo and convinced Syd Nathan to release the album, despite Nathan's belief that no one would buy a live album due to the fact that Brown's singles had already been bought and that live albums were usually bad sellers.
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    In 1962, Brown and his band scored a hit with their cover of the instrumental "Night Train", becoming not only a top five R&B single but also Brown's first top 40 entry on the Billboard Hot 100.
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  • 1960
    Age 26
    By 1960, Brown began multi-tasking in the recording studio involving himself, his singing group, the Famous Flames, and his band, a separate entity from The Flames, sometimes named the James Brown Orchestra or the James Brown Band.
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  • 1959
    Age 25
    Brown, the Flames, and his entire band debuted at the Apollo Theater on April 24, 1959, opening for Little Willie John.
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  • 1958
    Age 24
    In October 1958, Brown released the ballad "Try Me", which hit number one on the R&B chart in the beginning of 1959, becoming the first of seventeen chart-topping R&B hits.
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  • 1957
    Age 23
    By 1957, Brown had replaced Clint Brantley as manager and hired Ben Bart, chief of Universal Attractions Agency.
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  • 1955
    Age 21
    By 1955, the group had contacted Little Richard, who was idolized by Brown, while performing in Macon.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1953
    Age 19
    Brown was married four times. His first marriage was to Velma Warren in 1953.
  • 1952
    Age 18
    He was paroled on June 14, 1952.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1944
    Age 10
    He began singing in talent shows as a young child, first appearing at Augusta's Lenox Theater in 1944, winning the show after singing the ballad "So Long".
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  • 1933
    Born
    Brown was born on May 3, 1933, in Barnwell, South Carolina, to 16-year-old Susie (née Behling, 1917–2003) and 22-year-old Joseph "Joe" Gardner Brown (1911–1993), in a small wooden shack.
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