Jason Farris Brown, known professionally as Colt Ford, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, businessman and former professional golfer best known for his mixed music genre. between country and hip hop, once classified as "country rap music". He has released seven albums through his co-founded entertainment company Average Joes Entertainment. Ford entered the Hot Country Songs chart six times and co-wrote "Dirt Road Anthem," a song from the 2008 album Ride Through the Country, which Jason Aldean later covered on his album My Kinda Party.
|Birth name||Jason Farris Brown|
|Born||August 27, 1969|
|Origin||Athens, Georgia, U.S.|
|Genres||Country, country rap, Southern hip hop, Southern rock|
|Occupation(s)||Rapper, singer, songwriter, Record label owner|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, drums|
|Website||Colt Ford's Official site|
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Country singer who co-founded Average Joes Entertainment and who released albums like Chicken & Biscuits with the label.
He was a professional golfer before his music career. His music tastes stemmed from his interest in country and hip hop.
He has charted six times on the Hot Country Songs charts.
His wife has a rare disease called Morgellan's. He and his wife have a daughter and son.
Jermaine Dupri had a guest appearance on his debut album.
- Country rap musician
- Average Joes Entertainment artists
- Musicians from Athens, Georgia
- The rapper is from Georgia (US state)
- Country musicians from Georgia (US state)
- Musicians from Georgia (US state)
- Republican Party of Georgia (US state)
- American rapper
Latest information about Colt Ford updated on June 07 2021.