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 […]
If the death of Phil Everly has reminded us of anything, it’s that there’s nothing quite like an Everly Brothers recording. Noble attempts at capturing the magic, such as Bonnie Prince Billy […]
1984 hour and 44 minute BBC documentary chronicling the path of The Everly Brothers, from their Kentucky roots onward. RIP Phil Everly.
Start 2014 on this note. Another side of The Everly Brothers: “Lord of The Manor”, the b-side to their 1968 single, “Milk Train”. And then go ahead and pick up […]
No stranger to collaboration, Will Oldham (the Bonnie ‘Prince’) once again finds himself working with Dawn McCarthy on the pair’s new LP, What The Brothers Sang — a 13 track tribute to the Everly […]
Don and Phil Everly were, respectively, 19 and 21 years old when “Kentucky” appeared on the Everly Brothers LP, Songs Our Daddy Taught Us, in the summer of 1958. Just […]