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Dom co-wrote several songs on 2015’s critically acclaimed Duran Duran album, “Paper Gods”, produced by Mark Ronson, Nile Rodgers and Mr Hudson.

Dom also co-wrote the 2011 critically acclaimed Duran Duran album, "All You Need Is Now", produced by Mark Ronson. Other writer's Dom shares credits with are Mark Ronson, Mr Hudson, Kelis, Ana Matronic (Scissor Sisters) and Nick Hodgson (Kaiser Chiefs).

Dom has played lead guitar with Duran Duran since 2006 and has performed with them at Wembley Stadium, London O2 Arena, Hyde Park, Hollywood Bowl, Coachella and Bestival Festivals, Red Rocks, Madison Square Garden to name a few. He has toured the World several times with Duran.

His blues band, Blue to Brown, featuring his father Rob Brown released their eponymous album in 2013 (Remedy Records).

Dom has also released two critically acclaimed solo albums.

'Touch the Flames' and 'Between The Lines' (Remedy Records) featuring John Taylor and Roger Taylor from Duran Duran and members of Faithless, Van Morrison's Band, Primal Scream, Medicine Head and Groove Armada among others. Click here to read the reviews.

John Taylor, Duran Duran, wrote - “Dom Brown is a great British guitar player in the great British tradition of Clapton, Beck and Page. He brings an understanding of blues and roots music to today’s sonic environment to shape guitar music that is both freshly innovative and reassuringly traditional. He also has a beautiful voice…….Dom has brought forth bold contributions to the new Duran Duran CD and also has his own solo CD's now available – I strongly recommend them!”

           
 
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"Brown was no slouch either, peeling off a few tremendous guitar solos that impressed the crowd.review by Austin City Limits, Nov 2014

“Dom Brown’s searing guitar solo on “Ordinary World” and his jagged riffs on the rocking “White Lines” were especially memorable.”
George A. Paul, The Orange County Register August 2012

“Guitarist Dominic Brown’s red and gold Gibson Les Paul weaved stinging chords through Simon’s impeccable vocals and John’s thumping bass. Next up, one of the band’s biggest hits, the title song to the James Bond movie, “A View To A Kill.” Dom’s phase effects laden Strat and John’s deep bass grooves rocked out to Simon’s belting, killer vocals...on on “Girl Panic,” Dom pulled out all the stops, at one point showing off his astounding virtuosity, playing up the neck of his Les Paul with furious fire.”
Arlene R. Weiss, GuitarInternational.com August 2012 In conversation with John Taylor, founding member and bass player, Duran Duran

Overall, the tunes in general had more teeth than their respective recorded tracks, especially "White Lines," "Ordinary World" and "Union of the Snake." Most of the credit can be given to John Taylor's funky bass and Dom Brown's snarly guitars
Soundspike.com 2012

'he’s got a righteous arsenal of guitar tones to unleash; not least the glass-cutting magnificence of ‘Is There Something I Should Know’,
Timeout, Australia 2012

'top UK session guitarist,Dom Brown, clearly has the chops, playing with verve and intelligence... creating groove-driven R&B with a retro feel. Vanity, a seductive song that teeters on parody but for it's wonderfully heavy and audacious funk.' - Mojo.

'Genre- skipping between blues, rock and funk - not to mention heartfelt balladry - at the flick of a pick, Brown's second solo excursion is as impressive for the quality of the tunes as it is for the expert musicianship on display.' - Guitar & Bass Magazine.

'Well produced melodic rock with soulful, atmospheric vocals.' - Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio.