Rock Musician. He was the lead singer, front man and founding member of the popular 1970s Southern rock band, Molly Hatchet. He is best known for writing and/or singing such hit recordings as "Flirtin' With Disaster," "Satisfied Man" and the cover song, "Dreams I'll Never See." In 1980, he left "Molly Hatchet" to form his own group, "The Danny Brown Band." The band only released one album in 1981, and Brown rejoined "Molly Hatchet" in 1982, only to leave again in 1995, due to illness. He died from complications of diabetes at age 53.
Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith