Jim "Moose" Brown Jim “Moose” Brown has had a very diverse career, playing on over 25 #1 country singles and recording with a wide range of artists as a session musician. He won the Academy of Country Music Award for Piano/Keyboard player of the Year in 2015 and 2017. Moose tours and records with Bob Seger and is a member of the Silver Bullet Band. As a songwriter Moose won the Grammy award for Best Country Song for co-writing "It's Five O'clock Somewhere”, and he has had songs recorded by Martina McBride, Tyler Farr, Darryl Worley, David Allen Coe, James Otto, Julie Roberts, Ronnie Milsap, Joe Nichols, John Schneider, Heidi Newfield, and others. As a record producer Moose co-produced Daryl Worley’s top 10 single "Sounds Like Life To Me” as well as the critically acclaimed album by Jamey Johnson "That Lonesome Song" which features the ACM and CMA Song of the Year "In Color". The Platinum selling album was nominated at the Grammys, ACMs and CMAs for Album of the Year. Moose also co-produced Jamey's certified Gold double album "The Guitar Song", which was also grammy nominated for best country album. Moose played on the movie soundtracks of “Varsity Blues”, "Country Strong”, ”Cars, and Cars 2”. Jim "Moose" Brown was inducted into the Arkansas Entertainer's Hall of Fame in 2010.