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Bailey Brothers

About Bailey Brothers

Active in the 1940s and '50s, the Bailey Brothers were a brother duet act that started out as old-timey pop singers but managed to make a name for themselves playing the Bluegrass music on which they were raised. With the characteristically beautiful close harmonies associated with blood-relative singers, expert banjo/guitar playing, and a choice of material that covered ancient mountain songs as well as their own compositions, the Bailey Brothers' recordings are in the same vein as the Louvin Brothers and are considered by many to be just as good.

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Listen toBailey Brotherson Rhapsody

Active in the 1940s and '50s, the Bailey Brothers were a brother duet act that started out as old-timey pop singers but managed to make a name for themselves playing the Bluegrass music on which they were raised. With the characteristically beautiful close harmonies associated with blood-relative singers, expert banjo/guitar playing, and a choice of material that covered ancient mountain songs as well as their own compositions, the Bailey Brothers' recordings are in the same vein as the Louvin Brothers and are considered by many to be just as good.

About Bailey Brothers

Active in the 1940s and '50s, the Bailey Brothers were a brother duet act that started out as old-timey pop singers but managed to make a name for themselves playing the Bluegrass music on which they were raised. With the characteristically beautiful close harmonies associated with blood-relative singers, expert banjo/guitar playing, and a choice of material that covered ancient mountain songs as well as their own compositions, the Bailey Brothers' recordings are in the same vein as the Louvin Brothers and are considered by many to be just as good.

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About Bailey Brothers

Active in the 1940s and '50s, the Bailey Brothers were a brother duet act that started out as old-timey pop singers but managed to make a name for themselves playing the Bluegrass music on which they were raised. With the characteristically beautiful close harmonies associated with blood-relative singers, expert banjo/guitar playing, and a choice of material that covered ancient mountain songs as well as their own compositions, the Bailey Brothers' recordings are in the same vein as the Louvin Brothers and are considered by many to be just as good.

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