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Matt Browne grew up using music to escape the realities of his childhood cancer. At age 5, Browne was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). Following his diagnosis, he went through years of treatments and procedures including chemotherapy. Forty-five miles separated his hometown and the Rochester Mayo Clinic. Traveling to daily doctor visits lended the time to listen to his favorite childhood musical artists, including Alan Jackson, George Strait, and Garth Brooks. Listening spiraled into a passion for memorizing songs and imitating his favorite performers. His love for music continued to grow well beyond his childhood.


Over the past several years Browne has performed across the country, sharing his organic sound with a wide variety of listeners. His unique blend of country-Americana has caught the attention of major networks and music outlets, most notably NBC’s award-winning television show “The Voice”. Over time, his ongoing craft and development as a musician has lead to the release of original music. His released singles "Northern Nights" and "Somewhere in a Small Town" were followed up by the release of his newest album "Growing Up Country".

 Matt Browne's homegrown music can be found on download and streaming services including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and Google Play.

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