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Dean Brody was drawn to the acoustic guitar in his teens, but his job at the local sawmill left little time to work on songs. Fed up with punching clocks and sawing wood, he relocated to Nashville in 2004 and landed a songwriter’s publishing deal that went nowhere after two years. Now with a family to feed, Brody moved back home and got a job working in the local mines. But before unpacking, Brody got a call informing him that Broken Bow records wanted to sign him and release this, his self-titled debut. “Undone” introduces Dean Brody with an instantly likeable tenor that recalls Ryan Adams without the affected drawl, but it’s “Dirt Road Scholar” that gives real insight into the tunesmith. The song hinges on rootsy honky-tonk twang with a chorus that’s catchier than most new traditional hits. “Brothers” is a heavy power ballad that plays with the honesty of a young man's life and shows promise of more good music to come.

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Nice goin' Dean!

Kay here's my breakdown song-by-song: 1. Undone: A song about "gettin' undone" (relaxed and unwinding). a great weekend song 4.5/5 2. Dirt Road Scholar: I love this one! A great song about bein a "dirt road scholar" instead of the typical scholar from a college! I love it and it's really funny! Definitely a need-to-buy. 6/5 3. Gravity: A slower love song. Romantic when he compares his love with a girl to gravity. "It's invisible. You can't touch it. No matter where you go on earth you can't outrun it...." Very romanitc and smooth. A must buy for any romatic lover. 5/5 4. This Ain't the Same Town: In my opinion one of the weaker spots, why I'm not sure exactly. I just don't care too much for this one, but i still really like it. It's apparent that he left town, cuz he begins talkin about how it's not the same town as before. Not my favorite on the album but still really really good. 4/5 5. Lazy Days: Not the best song either, but still very romantic. Talkin' about the lazy days (what some people would call the good ol' days) with his girl. A great story, like any of the other songs on the album.5/5 6. Brothers: PHENOMENAL!!!! I absolutely love this song! When I first listened to it I was already in tears. Every time after it still moves me. A fantastic song about our honorable men serving in the war to protect our freedom. Dean discusses his brother's love for him and their undying bond. That bond led his brother to go overseas to protect him, and that same love brought him home. A lovely story to honor our aremd forces. A must buy for any American and any country fan!!!! 10/5 7. Old Joe Riley: A fun and upbeat song about a guy who owns a fishing shack on the beach. He won't sell to the "big boys" because "a low rent heaven beats a high dollar hell". A fun song and another must buy!!! 6/5 8. This Old Raft: A song comparing his heart/love life to an olf raft and how a girls love was a "river, too strong for this old raft" A nice song and another good short story 4.5/5 9. Back In Style: Really good, but not one of my faves. A song very similar to "In Color" by Jamey Johnson with a different approach to it. It talks about wishing how the 50's were back in style based on what his grandfather said. "Big cars, big dreams, when you could work on a farm and make a living. I think progress is fine, but every once in a while I wish the 50's would come back in style" 4/5 10. Cattleman's Gun: LOVE IT!!!! A true country song! One of my favoriter lines is "cuz honor and a name ain't worth a damb if you don't have your life" which pretty much wraps up the whole song. It tells the story of a cattleman who is a preacher when he's in his sheepskin cloak while he's the sheriff also. A must buy for any true country fan!!! 6/5 11. Up On the Moon: Personally, I loke it but don't love it. A slow regretful ballad about how he wishes to start things over with a girl while she couldn't care less, that he might as well be "up on the moon". A nice song but not the best way to end the CD. 4/5 To wrap it all up, here's my must buys: Dirt Road Scholar, Gravity, Brothers, Old Joe Riley, and Cattleman's Gun. I'd recommend them all, but Brothers is by far my favorite! Dean is a fantastic stroy teller! I can't wait to see what he has in store for us! Massive potential and a great surprise to find his album! A must buy album with some soon-to-be major hits!!!

An Awesome REAL COUNTRY Album

This guy has so much talent! Each song is very unique and a nice change from the normal Nashville junk we hear nowadays. Dean's gonna be a huge star!

Awsome artist

I go to church with Dean and not only is he a very gifted singer/songwriter he is also an awsome guy!! Good luck Dean you deserve it!!!


Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Canadian country singer and songwriter Dean Brody grew up on the edge of the Canadian Rockies in Jaffray, British Columbia, spending a formative rural childhood hunting, fishing, splitting firewood, playing sports, and participating in the local 4-H. But he also played guitar and wrote songs and determined early that he wanted a career in music. Life puts you where it puts you, though, and when he was 16, Brody, like most every other boy in the area, started working at the sawmill. The job convinced...
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