About Sawyer Brown
Florida's Sawyer Brown is a country music
band that spans 3 decades. Originally formed in 1981 in Apopka, Florida, the
band has released 18 studio albums and charted over fifty times on the Hot
Country Songs charts, including three number one singles; "Step That
Step", "Some Girls Do" and "Thank God For You".
The group's members were originally part
of country pop singer Don King's road band. When King stopped touring in 1981,
the group decided to stay together and eventually auditioned for Star Search in
1983. They won the grand prize of $100,000 and a recording contract. The band
signed with Capitol Records and scored a Top 20 hit with their first single,
"Leona", in 1984. That success was quickly followed by their first
number one hit, "Step That Step".
Sawyer Brown will replace previously slated act Tracy Lawrence. Logan Mize will perform as scheduled.
About Logan Mize
The Clearwater, Kansas, native was 16 years old when he saw Kenny Chesney perform in Wichita and realized his dream to be a musician. His musical journey hasn’t been easy, however, which is represented in his latest record, “Come Back Road.”
Now Mize is selling out venues and seeing success with his songs. The “Come Back Road” album has more than 150 million streams across all platforms and debuted at No. 2 on the Country iTunes chart. His single, “It Ain’t Always Pretty,” catapulted to No. 2 on the iTunes chart and has been streamed 38 million times on Spotify. Other singles include "Can't Get Away from a Good Time” and "Better Off Gone.” Mize released “I Ain’t Gotta Grow Up” in October. He’s currently working on new material for his next album.