Brent Rowan

Country, Musical Artist

1956 –

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Who is Brent Rowan?

Brent Rowan is an American session musician and record producer who works primarily in country music. Active since the 1970s, Rowan began working with John Conlee through the recommendation of record producer Bud Logan. Rowan first played on Conlee's "Friday Night Blues", and later became the only guitarist for Conlee's recordings.

He also played guitar for Alabama, Alan Jackson, Chris LeDoux, Clay Walker, Confederate Railroad and others. In 1989, Rowan was awarded Guitarist of the Year by Academy of Country Music.

Rowan produced Joe Nichols' Man with a Memory. Rowan has continued to produce all but one of Nichols' other albums, also producing for Julie Roberts and Blake Shelton.

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Born
May 28, 1956
Waxahachie
Nationality
  • United States of America
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on July 23, 2013

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