|The Bros in the day (Phil, left)|
Bye Bye Love
Wake Up Little Susie
All I Have To Do is Dream
('Til) I Kissed You
Let it Be Me
So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)
Walk Right Back
and others that are known far and wide across the generations. It's ironic that two men whose voices blended so well did not get along at all. "We've only had one argument, but it's lasted 25 years," Phil used to say. They did not speak at all from 1973 - 1983, reuniting to make an album with a song Paul McCartney wrote for them ("On The Wings of a Nightingale").
It's not a stretch to look and listen to the Everlys as creators of a style that will last forever in music. Country-rock, and Beatle-style harmony can be traced directly back directly to Phil and Don, so their legacy is secure because they developed their talent and worked at their trade for a long time, even though each man shared the stage with a brother he couldn't stand.
|Famous for seven months|
|This shirt could be yours!|
Maybe that's the point after all.