Traditional Australian Country Music artist
Jeff Brown, believes that a good Bush Ballad
tells a story that will touch the heart of
everyday Aussies. Jeff Brown delivers these
stories in song with sincerity and quality.
Winning a Tamworth Golden Guitar award for
Bush Ballad of the Year in 2005 gives
testimony to this.
Jeff grew up on the family property on the
Darling Downs in Queensland. In 2000 he
bought an old Value Liner Mack and has been
an owner/driver ever since.
Jeff sings songs
about life on the land and the trucking
industry, relating to both in a personal
way. “Torn Between Two Worlds” is a song on
Jeff’s Truck album, “The Open Road”. It’s
about being torn between the music that he
loves and the trucking game. It sums up
Jeff’s heart to a tee.
It’s been 5 years in the making, but Jeff has finally released his latest work “Hard To Let Go”. This album contains a full spectrum of contemporary and traditional bush ballads, from the tongue in cheek “Cry A Million Tears” to the heartfelt “Hard To Let Go”, this album will make you smile and possibly shed a tear.
Jeff was honoured to work with Stuie French at Swingin’ Doors Studios, who produced the album and he is rapt with the finished product.