Interview by John Tobler, Rock's Backpages Audio, 1983
Half of the great duo talks about his new solo album, Phil Everly: being produced by Stuart Coleman and working with players like Mark Knopfler and Pete Wingfield; working with Christine McVie, and memories of meeting her in the '60s. Then he talks about an upcoming Everly Brothers reunion after 10 years apart: how it'll work, his relationship with Don and possible plans.
File format: mp3; file size: 43mb, interview length: 28' 41" sound quality: *****
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Memoir by Peter Stone Brown, CounterPunch, 3 January 2014
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Obituary by Joel Selvin, San Francisco Chronicle, 4 January 2014
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