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100 Greatest Men: #75. Jim Ed Brown

100 Greatest Men: The Complete List It seems only appropriate that a man whose career was launched by a three act song would himself enjoy a career with three spectacular acts. Jim Ed Brown, born in 1934, was raised in Arkansas. Like many aspiring country artists of his day, he first sang professionally with his family. Alongside sisters Maxine and Bonnie, they began performing in the early fifties in various combinations.
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