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The Everly Brothers: Songs Our Daddy Taught Us

Review by Mick Farren, New Musical Express, March 1976

IN A QUIET sort of way, 1975 saw an Everly Brothers revival of sorts. Warner Brothers released their magnificent Walk Right Back With The Everlys, ...

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Phil And Don Everly Put Up A Fight

Report and Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, June 1963

NOBODY could say the fortunes of the Everly Brothers have been at their highest just lately, but the boys are determined to put up a ...

The Byrds, The Everly Brothers, Johnny Cash, P.J. Proby et al: Freedom From Hunger Benefit, Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, June 1965

Most Fantastic Show Ever! ...

The Everly Brothers: An Interview with Don

Interview by John Tobler, ZigZag, May 1970

THE EVERLY BROTHERS first single 'Bye Bye Love' was released in 1957 and their records have been consistently good since then. Don Everly, now 33, ...

The Everly Brothers: Growing Apart

Report and Interview by Philip Norman, Sunday Times, 1972

PHIL IS THE fastidious one. Don was happy to stay at another motel with a northern draught sweeping its gallery and cows grazing round the ...

The Everly Brothers: Back In Favour

Interview by Andrew Tyler, Disc and Music Echo, May 1972

JUST WHEN we were getting used to thinking of the Everly Brothers as a monument to a distant era they come up with Stories We ...

The Everly Brothers: Stories We Could Tell

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, July 1972

THE EVERLY BROTHERS brought harmony to rock and roll. They also brought sensitivity, the result of their having been weaned on old-time country music. They ...

Looking Back with the Everlys

Retrospective and Interview by John Tobler, Let It Rock, December 1972

SOME OF THE earliest rock’n’roll to capture my imagination was purveyed by the Everly Brothers. "Whatcha mean?" mutters a Brylcreem-encrusted voice, emerging from a Neanderthal ...

Everly Brothers: Bye Bye Love

Report by Richard Williams, Melody Maker, July 1973

IT'S ALMOST eleven years since the first serious rumours suggesting the breakup of the Everly Brothers appeared. What with that, and a much-noted coolness between ...

The Everly Brothers: Creators Of Country Pop

Retrospective by Michael Gray, Melody Maker, November 1973

THE EVERLY BROTHERS – Don and Phil – first emerged in the rock 'n' roll market in 1957, with a unique harmony-vocal sound, a modern ...

The Everly Brothers: Royal Albert Hall, London

Live Review by Richard Williams, Times, The, September 1983

You had to half-close your eyes, but then it all came back: 1958, The Perry Como Show, two boys with strange faces, perfectly greased quiffs ...

Devoted: The Everly Brothers at the Royal Albert Hall

Live Review by Penny Reel, New Musical Express, October 1983

THERE'S THIS certain tension which exists between the Everly Brothers that is the genius of their music. It's as if the lyrics of such as ...

Roger White: Walk Right Back – The Everly Brothers (Plexus Books)

Book Review by Fred Dellar, New Musical Express, December 1984

THANKFULLY THIS is not as I had feared – yet another yawn-provoking paste-up job, fashioned merely to cash in on the Everlys’ recent reunion tour, ...

The Everly Brothers: Walk Right Back: The Everly Brothers On Warner Bros.

Sleevenotes by Colin Escott, Warner Bros., September 1993

SUPPOSEDLY, it was the richest deal in the history of the record business when it was announced in November 1959. ...

An Everly Brother In Winter: Walkin' Right Back with Don Everly

Retrospective and Interview by 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 ...

The Everly Brothers

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, 'The Faber Companion to 20th C. Popular Music', 2001

Don, b. 1 February 1937, Brownie, Kentucky, USA; Phil, b. 19 January 1939, Brownie ...

see also Phil Everly

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