Formed in 1981, Sawyer Brown is a Florida-based country music quintet. They are best known for their 19 Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart including three landing in the Number One position: “Step That Step” (1985), “Some Girls Do” (1992), and “Thank God for You” (1992). Their initial country/pop crossover appeal faded by the early 1990s, but the band continued to release many hit country albums over the course of their career. Between 1984 and 2017, Sawyer Brown issued 18 studio albums – including one Christmas release – plus five compilations and one live album. The band has won numerous awards including the 1985 CMA Horizon Award, the 1997 ACM Vocal Group of the Year, TNN/Music City News’ Vocal Band of the Year (six times in a row between 1993 and 1998), and CMT Country Music Awards’ Video Group of the Year (three times between 1993 and 1995). The five original members – Mark Miller, Jim Scholten, Bobby Randall, Joe ‘Curly Smyth, and Greg ‘Hobie’ Hubbard – were initially members of country music artist Don King’s band. When King decided to retire in 1981, the five musicians decided to stay together. They chose their name randomly out of a phone book. Over the course of their career, the band has seen very few line-up changes – guitarist Bobby Randall was replaced twice.