Sam Brown

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Sam Brown may refer to:

Historical figures[edit]

  • Sam Brown (frontiersman) (1845–1925), American frontiersman, educator, civic leader, advocate for Native Americans, and historian
  • Sam Brown (outlaw) (1831–1861), American gunfighter in the Wild West
  • Sam H. Brown, American farmer and politician from Oregon in the early 20th century
  • Sam Brown (activist) (born 1943), organized the Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam

Arts and entertainment[edit]

  • Sam Brown (Rastafari) (1925–1998), Jamaican Rastafarian elder and roots reggae singer and poet
  • Sam Brown (guitarist) (1939–1977), American jazz guitarist with Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Big Band
  • Sam Brown (singer) (born 1964), singer/songwriter, daughter of singer Joe Brown
  • Sam Brown III (born 1947), AKA Samm Brown, American songwriter, record producer, arranger and composer worked a lot with African American artists
  • Sam Brown (comedian) (born 1981), comedian, founding member of sketch troupe Whitest Kids U Know
  • Sam Brown (artist), artist and author, noted for his exploding dog web site


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