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Old 01-04-2014, 02:38 AM   #1
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Phil Everly passed.
While i wasn't a great fan of the brothers music, they were a great influence on many musicians.
Little Suzy is still sleeping.
Goodnight, Phil.


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Old 01-04-2014, 02:42 AM   #2
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they were an influence upon an entire generation as well.

RIP Phil.


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RIP Phil..! I am old enough to remember and enjoy there music..! To a better place..!
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My dad loved their music, he was of that generation. I learned to really like it too, their voices worked together as well or better than any other duo in history.
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That's sad, I did love the Everly brothers. They had some awesome harmonies between them.
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I grew up with that music. Huh...strange! That's the music my father grew up with. The oldies bring back a lot of memories. Mostly fishing adventures me and the old man went on.
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I did not know him. I did know his wife when they were dating so long ago. Gees the 1950s icons are checking out.
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Here's my favorites, when I was little my grandma watched me on weekends. I remember listening to the oldies with her and all the stories that came along with every tune. http://youtu.be/lTYe9eDqxe8
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Remember riding it the car with my mom , in the early 60's & the Everly Brothers on the radio...... OH, how I wish I could go back to those times........ RIP Phil


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