Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Brownlee moves up the charts

PucKato had a chance to talk with former Mavericks captain Chad Brownlee, who is now a budding country-music singer/songwriter. Brownlee, who sang the national anthem prior to Friday's MSU game, was in Nashville, Tenn., recently, working with other writers on some songs for an album he hopes to release next spring.

Brownlee currently has a single available on iTunes called "The Best that I Can (Superhero)," which, as of Tuesday, ranked No. 29 on Canada's country charts. When you see the names surrounding him, that's a pretty impressive feat.

Brownlee is also known around the Mankato area for recording "The Hero I See," a tribute to Anthony Ford -- a boy who grew close with the MSU hockey team while battling leukemia -- and performing it at Anthony's Funeral three years ago.

To hear samples of Brownlee's music, you can hear them on his Myspace page.


LetsGoMavs said...

GREAT article in the Free Press, Shane. It's nice that you got a chance to talk to Chad and do a write up on him.

Hopefully people will go to iTunes and buy his songs, they're great!

Shane Frederick said...

I spent the $0.99. It's good stuff.