World’s top songwriters are visiting the Gulf Coast


Every November, music lovers and those who create the music, gather on the gulf coast for the Frank Brown International Songwriter’s Festival. The 34th annual event kicked off Thursday, November 8th, and continues through the 18th.

The festival is named after Frank Brown, who served for nearly 30 years as the night watchman at the Flora~Bama.  Brown retired in 1986 at the age of 91 and died two years later.

The Frank Brown International Songwriter’s Festival (FBISF) is the largest and oldest songwriter’s festival in the world. The event draws more than 200 nationally acclaimed songwriters to the gulf coast.

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