Jim Ed Brown Biography
Jim Ed Brown came to fame as a member of the '50s vocal group The Browns, where he was the band's lead male vocalist. In 1965, when the group was still together, he embarked on a solo career that would eventually eclipse the success of The Browns.
Jim Ed Brown had his greatest success in the late '70s, when he regularly performed duets with Helen Cornelius.
He was born April 1, 1934 in Sparkman, Arkansas.
He died June, 12, 2015 in Franklin Tennessee.