Shannon Brown is an American country music singer from the state of Iowa.

After several years of touring the Midwest with her father running the soundboard and her mom running lights, Shannon decided to make the move to Nashville, Tennessee. She paid the bills singing songwriters' demo sessions and managed to maintain her touring schedule of 160 dates a year. Her vocal stylings and industrious approach did not go unnoticed.

Shannon was signed to Arista Nashville for her first record contract in 1997. Her debut radio single, "I Won't Lie" was released in late 1998 but flopped. Her debut album, "A Tour of My Heart", was never released commercially. Shannon also had a song titled "Half A Man" which was released on the Happy, Texas: Music from the Miramax Motion Picture soundtrack. Subsequently, Shannon was transferred to BNA Records. In late 2001, she released her first radio single for BNA called, "Baby, I Lied." This was a remake of a Deborah Allen hit song. Shannon released the second BNA single to radio called, "Untangle My Heart." Both singles released on BNA were unsuccessful.

Currently, Brown is on her third record deal, with her Corn Fed album having been released in 2006. It was co-produced by John Rich.

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