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About Brother Phelps

After leaving the Kentucky Headhunters in 1992, Ricky Lee Phelps joined up with a fantastic bass player named Doug (who also happens to be his brother). They named their new project after their preacher father -- perhaps "Sons Of A Preacher Man" was too obvious a moniker. Their sound is raucous New Country (well, as raucous as New Country can get) marked by close harmony vocals somewhat inspired by Don and Phil Everly.

Listen toBrother Phelpson Rhapsody

After leaving the Kentucky Headhunters in 1992, Ricky Lee Phelps joined up with a fantastic bass player named Doug (who also happens to be his brother). They named their new project after their preacher father -- perhaps "Sons Of A Preacher Man" was too obvious a moniker. Their sound is raucous New Country (well, as raucous as New Country can get) marked by close harmony vocals somewhat inspired by Don and Phil Everly.

About Brother Phelps

After leaving the Kentucky Headhunters in 1992, Ricky Lee Phelps joined up with a fantastic bass player named Doug (who also happens to be his brother). They named their new project after their preacher father -- perhaps "Sons Of A Preacher Man" was too obvious a moniker. Their sound is raucous New Country (well, as raucous as New Country can get) marked by close harmony vocals somewhat inspired by Don and Phil Everly.

About Brother Phelps

After leaving the Kentucky Headhunters in 1992, Ricky Lee Phelps joined up with a fantastic bass player named Doug (who also happens to be his brother). They named their new project after their preacher father -- perhaps "Sons Of A Preacher Man" was too obvious a moniker. Their sound is raucous New Country (well, as raucous as New Country can get) marked by close harmony vocals somewhat inspired by Don and Phil Everly.