A vocal group without peer, The Browns were central artists in the changing sound of country and American popular music at mid-century. They were part of major changes in the entertainment business and American culture, participated in the folk music movement in the '60s, and saw the steady birth of rock 'n' roll up close as they worked with Presley and others. Looking Back to See is a remarkable story told here for the first time.
Published by The University of Arkansas Press.
"Valuable contribution to country music and Arkansas history from the too-rare viewpoint of a woman who lived it." - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
"Spunky, no holds-barred, immensely readable" - Country Music People
"An irreplaceable narrative by a participant in the golden age of country and ‘hillbilly' music who witnessed and made its history." - Charles McGovern, former curator, Smithsonian's National Museum of American History
I have always loved the Browns, mostly Jim Ed! This book made me sad because they were treating so badly. But, I enjoyed all the stories of the other great artists, like Jim Reaves and so many others that I loved. I highly recommend this to people who loved the real country music!