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James Edward Brown net worth & biography:James Edward "Jim Ed" Brown (born April 1, 1934 in Sparkman, Arkansas) is an American country music singer who achieved fame in the 1950s with his two sisters as a member of The Browns. He later had a successful solo career from 1965 to 1974, followed by a string of major duet hits with Helen Cornelius through 1981. Brown is currently the host of the Country Music Greats Radio Show, a syndicated country music program from Nashville, Tennessee. Wikipedia
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|The Marty Stuart Show||2010||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Temple Grandin||2010||TV Movie performer: "I Take the Chance" 1956|
|Crook & Chase||2009||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Opry Video Classics: Duets||2007||Video writer: "Looking Back to See"|
|13th Annual Music City News Awards||1979||TV Special performer: "Lying In Love With You"|
|12th Annual Music City News Awards||1978||TV Special performer: "I Don't Want To Have To Marry You"|
|Dolly||TV Series performer - 1 episode writer - 1 episode|
|An Old-Time Country Christmas||1969||TV Movie performer: "The Little Drummer Boy", "O, Little Town of Bethlehem", "Winter Wonderland", "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"|
|The Porter Wagoner Show||1968||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|You Can Be a Star||1983||TV Series||Regular (1983-1989)|
|Nashville on the Road||1975||TV Series||Host|
|The Marty Stuart Show||2010||TV Series||Himself - Special Guest|
|Crook & Chase||2009||TV Series||Himself|
|Hee Haw||1974-1983||TV Series||Himself / Himself - Special Guest|
|14th Annual Music City News Awards||1980||TV Special||Himself - Presenter|
|13th Annual Music City News Awards||1979||TV Special||Himself - Performer|
|12th Annual Music City News Awards||1978||TV Special||Himself - Performer|
|Nashville on the Road||1976-1977||TV Series||Himself|
|Funny Farm||1974||TV Series||Himself|
|Music Country U.S.A.||1974||TV Series||Himself|
|An Old-Time Country Christmas||1969||TV Movie||Himself|
|The Porter Wagoner Show||1963-1968||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Die Drehscheibe||1966||TV Series||Singer|
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|1||Pitchman for Dollar General Stores in the late 1970s and early 1980s.|
|2||Duet hits with Helen Cornelius included "I Don't Want to Have to Marry You" (a 1976 No. 1 on Billboard magazine's country chart); "Saying Hello, Saying I Love You, Saying Goodbye" and "Born Believer" (1977); "If the World Ran Out of Love Tonight" (1978); "You Don't Bring Me Flowers", "Lying in Love With You" and "Fools" (1979); "Morning Comes Too Early" (1980); and "Don't Bother to Knock" (1981).|
|3||Also has many solo country hit songs to his credit, his best known being 1967's "Pop a Top." Other big hits include "Morning" (1970) and "Southern Living" (1973).|
|4||Before his late-1970s/early 1980s duets with Helen Cornelius, he was a part of the family group, The Browns, which included older sister, Maxine, and younger sister, Bonnie. Together, they are best-known for their 1959 multi-week No. 1 country and pop hit, "The Three Bells".|
|5||Country singer who had a long-running string of hits from 1954 to 1981.|
|6||Country singer, won a C.M.A. award 1977 (duo) with Helen Cornelius.|
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