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Gabriel Brown

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Gabriel Brown (1910–1972) was an American Piedmont blues singer and guitarist.
Brown was born in Florida, probably in Gadsden County, and graduated from the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College. In 1934, he performed at the first National Folk Festival in St. Louis, Missouri. He was musically discovered by folklorist Zora Neale Hurston. She enlisted Alan Lomax, who recorded Brown for the Library of Congress in June 1935.|title=Gabriel Brown: Biography |author=Chadbourne, Eugene |publisher=Allmusic.com |access-date=February 4, 2010}}
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