To the Brown Family
I will miss Piney. I lived to hear him play at the Building Lounge when I was very young. Sometimes in the wee hours of the night he would play the blues for the leftover patrons who didn't want to got home. He would say Ya'll gotta go home, I'm tired. Yes like all good things the end must come. But this is not the end, we will see him in the new system, when God will wipe away all the tears from their eyes, and their shall be no more death neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall their be anymore pain: for the former things are passed away. Revelation 21:4 I will be praying that all of you will find peace in prayer.
i will miss you i listen to your cd every day and think about the days i played in the band with you
you will be greatly missed
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
you will be greately missed foryour
love ofthe blues
Piney was a great gentleman; I knew him when I managed the Cambridge Apartments back in the early 70's; he will be missed!
I was proud to be able to know Piney and present him with a Columbus Blues Alliance Lifetime Achievement Award several years ago. I’ll never forget first hearing him sing at the Nite Owl jam and at several venues since. He was the real deal when it came to communicating the blues to the audience. He will be truly missed, but his music lives on. I hope everyone will be able to contribute what they can to his final expenses and a memorial.
When I was fairly new around the oregon district, Piney saw me play and invited me to rehearse and play with him, and Kenny. Not to mention a bunch of other great players at the 94 Dayton blues fest. I didn't realize at the time how the experience would help my confidence and move me as a player forward. I probably still don't understand how important that was for me, but I do thank God for the experience. Rest in peace Piney Brown. One of the greatest musicians and people I was lucky enough to have met.
i had the pleasure of meeting piney at the jazz central a few years back and love every minute of his performances. he will be missed dearly. god bless to his family and freinds.
God Bless you Piney Brown....you`ll be missed. Enjoyed the times we worked together...especially the King tribute show at the `07 Cincinnati bluesfest. I hope I have your energy for the rest of my life.
See you down the road.....
Mr. Brown, I am glad I visited you last week. We laughed about the early days when my Momma had to send a permission note with you, so you could take me on the road. Sometimes you had to use it in Dayton to get me into clubs to play guitar for you. We had some great road trips, and even local gigs in the past couple years. Condolences to Pam and your daughter. You will find a blues band to back you up in Heaven.
I had the privilage of hearing Piney Brown just one time at Goodfellas on Col. Glenn Highway just a few years ago. It was a great night by a great performer. My prayers to those that were close to him.
I know piney, he was a good man, may god bless his family. Piney you will truly be missed by a lot of people and you were truly loved by all. you have earned your wings so now you can fly with the angels.
I remember Piney Brown from King Records years ago when I worked at James Brown Productions located at King, his music was incomprable, he also helped a friend of mine out here in Dayton with her singing career, Ms. Sutton spoke highly of him.
May God strengthen his loved ones during this hour of grief.
Piney was a wonderful person and a good friend, his presence will be sadly missed
we will all miss a great person.GOD bless PAM and family.(from chocolate)
God bless Piney Brown. The time we spent together was a huge adventure and a privledge for me.
May King Jesus Bless You and Yours! Thanks for the memories...Jetport Lounge...Tut's Supper Club...man you could cut it up....you will be missed!