“Black Sheep” by Dean Brody is the title track from his recent EP release. It’s currently the #1 most played Canadian single on Canadian country radio and is top 5 overall. The video was shot in Nashville and directed by the incredible Brian Vaughan. (Lindsay Ell, Jon Pardi, Gabby Barrett). Proof that country music can still tell a great story with lyrics and meaning that many people can relate to.
“I was raised in a small town underneath a steeple. Raised with the good book in my hand. And though I loved the Shepherd, I didn’t mix well with His people. So one day I jumped the fence to find new lands.”
The Chorus: “Cause I’m just a black sheep lookin’ for a family. Others just like me wandering ‘round. I’m just a black sheep out here in the badlands. Hopin’ I ain’t too damned lost to be found.”
Jaffray, B.C.- born, singer and current CCMA Fan’s Choice winner, Dean Brody has approached country-music-superstar status. Recently headlining one of the biggest and most iconic venues in Canada, The Budweiser Stage for the second time. Brody has an impressive list of accolades to his name; including, 16 Canadian Country Music Awards, two Juno Awards and The Jeff Walker Global Country Artist of the Year Award, presented by the CMA in 2018.