The Louvin Brothers

The Louvin Brothers may be seen as the culminating figures in a line of country music brother duo acts stretching back to the 1930s. The close harmony singing of the Alabama siblings — mandolinist Ira, the elder brother and one of the great tenor voices in country, and guitarist Charlie — made them a popular attraction on Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry during the 1950s. Though they were active as rock ‘n’ roll began encroaching on country’s turf, and occasionally attempted some wince-inducing forays into rocking territory (see “Dog Sled” and “The Stagger”), they... Read More

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