Jim Croce, by his real name James Joseph Croce, was an American folk and rock singer and songwriter who lived between 1943 and 1973.
He is the artist who wrote the song we are talking about in today’s article - Bad Bad Leroy Brown.
Bad Bad Leroy Brown was produced by Terry Cashman and Tommy West and was released in March 1973, with the song A Good Time Man Like Me Ain't Got No Business (Singin' the Blues) on its B-side.
The song is part of Jim Croce’s album named Life and Times and was released under the ABC label.
It is considered part of the boogie-woogie and rock music genres.
Bad Bad Leroy Brown has a length of 3:02 minutes.
When released, the free Bad Bad Leroy Brown piano sheet music had great success and it got on 2nd place on the Billboard for 1973.
It also brought Jim Croce two nominations for Grammy Awards in the Pop Male Vocalist and Record of the Year categories.
The interesting fact about the song is that it was his last number-one hit before his death that year.
The story behind the song is about a tall man from the South Side of Chicago whose attitude and tendency to carry weapons have given him a reputation in which he is adored by women and feared by men.
The song is funny and catchy because of its story.
When looking into the free Bad Bad Leroy Brown piano sheets composition, we see that some interesting elements are enchanting us, like the guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, and vocals.
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