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Tony Brown (December 11, 1946 - )
Tony Brown was born in Greensboro, North Carolina in 1946. His family relocated to Walkertown, North Carolina when he was still very young.
1969 "Tarzan" Tony Brown Plays Piano (Sumar Records/SLP4305): The Master's Voice; O, When I Meet You; The Things That Matter; In The Garden; A Thing Called Love; Keep Me; Happy Day; The Fact; Just A Closer Walk With Thee; If You Find The Lord
1970 JD Sumner And Tarzan N'Em Humor In Concert (BMC Records/SLP-4319): Stumps Quartet; Gospel Astronuts (J D Sumner, Tony Brown).