The Everly Brothers :: Roots

The Everly Brothers released Roots in 1968, a pioneering country-rock album that found them covering material from their influences both past and present — including the likes of Merle Haggard, George Jones, Jimmie Rodgers and Randy Newman.

Bookended by clips from Everly Family's 1952 radio show, the album transcends time, bridging the past, present and future of both the group and the music that had traveled alongside them. An outlier in their catalog, the lp . . .

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