T. Graham Brown released his first ever Gospel album Forever Changed last year. Thus far, the album has won a Grammy nomination and has received lots of critical acclaim. Now, Brown is in full swing promoting this album. He will be making multiple upcoming television appearances on "Ray Stevens' Nashville" January 30 and "The Joey Canyon Show" February 5.
The soulful singer/songwriter has continued to turn heads with his latest Grammy-nominated project Forever Changed, which features collaborations with Vince Gill, The Oak Ridge Boys, Jimmy Fortune, Leon Russell, Steve Cropper, Jason Crabb, Sonya Isaacs and others.
Brown will appear on a brand new episode of "Ray Stevens' Nashville." Fans will get a special treat as Brown steps on-stage for a performance of the riveting "Wine Into Water," a song that helped him, and ultimately others, fight the battle against substance abuse. The episode is set to air Jan. 30 on RFD-TV (check local listingshere).
"The Joey Canyon Show" is the latest breakout show to hit RFD-TV. The 30-minute series was shot on-location in scenic Denver, Colo. and will feature Brown performing two of his biggest hits. The episode is set to air Feb. 5 at 10/9c (check local listings here).
Don't miss another must-see episode of "Country's Family Reunion" on Feb. 20, as other artists collaborate with Brown on a very special tribute episode. The renowned television series was developed in 1996 by long-time radio personality, actor, and founder of Gabriel Communications, Larry Black. Its purpose is to bring America's favorite country, bluegrass and gospel artists together in one room to reunite and share their favorite memories about their music careers. The program will also feature a tribute to country singer BJ Thomas.