John Brown has shared a stage with the likes of Elton John, Garth Brooks and Billy Graham, but he's not an evangelist or a professional musician. Nevertheless, those celebrities and many others have stood on stages designed and maintained by his company, Brown United.
Brown got his start at the age of 14 when he went to work for his father’s scaffolding business. It was this, along with his touring experience with Rolling Stones and the Eagles in 1977, that he was sold on making a career of the temporary structure industry.
John Brown started Brown United when he was just 17 years of age.
He created a concert roof system that could be assembled quickly and accommodate the numerous variations requested by his clients, and called them the 4 and 8-posters. These designs have been patented and unique for many years - Designed to save clients both time and money on installation and removal expenses.
Major clients include Paul McCartney, Jay-Z, Phish, Jason Aldean, Coachella, Bonnaroo, Outside Lands Music Festival, ESPN, Red Bull, State Farm, Disney Worldwide, and Wheel of Fortune to name a few.
Many project structures are customized in order to meet client's needs, and Brown United builds structures almost anywhere, in almost any condition.