An Everly Brother In Winter: Walkin' Right Back with Don Everly
Colin Escott, 'Tattoed on their Tongues' (Schirmer), 1998
WHEN ROCK 'N' ROLL ARRIVED, it triggered a three-alarm anxiety attack in Nashville. Many hoped that they would wake up one morning to find it had all been a terrible dream. It really wasn't until the Everly Brothers broke through in the summer of 1957 that there was a consistently successful rock 'n' roll act based, recorded, managed, and produced in Nashville.
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