Everette Brown is a native Tennessean born in Memphis. Ev immersed himself in the variety of genres of Memphis music. He played across the Mid South area after graduating from high school, in various rock ensembles and lounge acts.
During the singer/songwriter wave of the 70s Ev traveled around as a solo folk singer. He returned from California after getting his original songs published in Nashville.
During the 80s Everette became a Contemporary Christian artist.
He recorded a gospel album at the famed Sam Phillips Recording Studio in Memphis in 1984.. He played overseas in Haiti, the Philippines and Brazil with the Shad Williams Evangelistic Association.
His songs have been recorded by the Blackwood Brothers, Les Kerr, Lisa Aschmann and Valerie Smith and Liberty Pike.
Ev moved to the Nashville area in 1986 where he continues to perform around Music City and is active in the songwriting community.
In 2001 his song Summer Avenue appeared in a PBS documentary and 2 more were used in a series called Lost Memphis. His CD Home Sweet Hometown was featured in All Songs Considered on Minnesota Public Radio. His song Merrymobile led to actually driving a Merrymobile Popsicle truck in the Derby Parade in 2014 in Louisville, Ky.
He has lived in Murfreesboro since 1987.
Everette has recorded 4 CDs of his original songs; Summer Avenue, Home Sweet Hometown, Simply Memphis and Eveready.
Most are available on Amazon, ITunes and CDBaby.