Scooter Brown Wins Male Vocalist Of The Year At Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards

Scooter Brown Wins Male Vocalist Of The Year At Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards

Scooter Brown was awarded Male Vocalist of the Year at the 3rd Annual Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards presented by iHeartRadio on January 13 at the Union Colony Civic Center in Greeley, Colo. The awards celebrate the best in country music from 2018 in the Rocky Mountain region (including Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, South Dakota, Utah and New Mexico). Scooter Brown Band's "American Son" featuring Charlie Daniels was also nominated for Song of the Year. The award comes following his appearance on USA Network's Real Country and the band's release of their acclaimed album American Son.

"I am truly honored to have been nominated for both awards and blown away at winning the 'Male Vocalist Of The Year' award. I'm looking forward to spending a lot more time in the Rocky Mountain region to help expand an already great and growing music scene there," said Scooter Brown.

Scooter Brown was nominated alongside Chancey Williams, Ned LeDoux, Logan Mize, Sean Curtis, Lucas Maddy and Tris Munsick. "American Son" was nominated alongside songs by Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band, D.J. Bridwell Band, Tyler Walker Band, Austin Wahlert, Ian Munsick and Ned LeDoux.

In November, Brown was featured on USA Network's "Real Country" where he competed on Travis Tritt's team and came in second on his episode. Scooter Brown Band is already headed back out on tour in 2019 with a midwest run already in the books. You can keep up with all of the band's tour dates at scooterbrownband.com.

2019 Scooter Brown Band Tour Dates
Jan. 18 - Crystal River, Fla. - Rock Crusher Canyon Pavilion & Amphitheater
Jan. 19 - Winter Haven, Fla. - Jessie's Lounge
Feb. 8 - Manhattan, Kan. - RC McGraw's
Feb. 9 - Springfield, Mo. - Southbound Bar & Grill
Feb. 14 - Fort Smith, Ark. - Temple Live
Feb. 15 - Houston, Texas - Arena Theater
Feb. 21 - Milwaukee, Wisc. - Potawatomi Hotel & Casino (The Fire Pit's Side Bar)
Feb. 22 - Milwaukee, Wisc. - Potawatomi Hotel & Casino (The Fire Pit's Side Bar)
Feb. 23 - Milwaukee, Wisc. - Potawatomi Hotel & Casino (The Fire Pit's Side Bar)
March 15 - Durant, Okla. - Gilley's at Choctaw Casino
March 16 - Waxahachie, Texas - Rockett Cafe & Club
March 29 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Stoney's Rockin' Country
April 6 - Anderson, S.C. - Wendell's Dippin Branch
May 4 - Bowie, Texas - Bowie Community Center
May 24 - Spring, Texas - Big Texas Dance Hall & Saloon
May 25 - College Station, Texas - Veteran's Park & Athletic Complex
June 29 - Navasota, Texas - Whiskey Tango Bar
July 19 - Canby, Ore. - Pat's Acres Racing Complex
July 20 - Walla Walla, Wash. - The Dacres
Aug. 3 - Lamar, Colo. - Prowers County Fairgrounds

About Scooter Brown Band
After four years and three months, two tours overseas with one tour of combat in Iraq as a United States Marine, Scott Brown traded his guns in for guitars and hit the road. Scooter Brown Band was formed in 2005 and played mainly in and around Houston, Texas. It wasn't until 2009 with the release of their first studio album, Between Hell & Texas, that they gained a notable presence in the Texas music scene. In 2010, Scooter Brown Band put out the album Live at Big Texas. In 2013, they followed up with their next studio album, Valor, and a self-titled album, Scooter Brown Band, in 2015. The band has toured the U.S., headlining shows and opening for some of the biggest names in the business including Charlie Daniels Band, Travis Tritt, Lee Roy Parnell and the Marshall Tucker Band, just to name a few. With two of the members being prior military, the band spends a lot of time doing work for Veteran Support Organizations like Base Camp 40 - Warriors in the Wild, Lone Survivor Foundation, and the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation. Defined as modern southern rock, the band released American Son in August 2017 and was named by Rolling Stone as a country "Artist to Watch" in December 2017. For more information, visit www.scooterbrownband.com.

Photo credit: Randy Owens Photography


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