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About The Proclaimers

The Proclaimers are proud of their Scottish identity in the same way that Billy Bragg was proud of his non-bespectacled Cockney one -- that is, they don't bother to hide it. This brother act couples gorgeous, brogue-filled, Everly Brothers style harmonies with snappy energy. Always engaging, whether on a country tune or an upbeat rocker, they remained critical darlings until the film Benny and June turned "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" into a Top-10 hit single five years after it was released on swell Sunshine on Leith (1988).

Listen toThe Proclaimerson Rhapsody

The Proclaimers are proud of their Scottish identity in the same way that Billy Bragg was proud of his non-bespectacled Cockney one -- that is, they don't bother to hide it. This brother act couples gorgeous, brogue-filled, Everly Brothers style harmonies with snappy energy. Always engaging, whether on a country tune or an upbeat rocker, they remained critical darlings until the film Benny and June turned "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" into a Top-10 hit single five years after it was released on swell Sunshine on Leith (1988).

About The Proclaimers

The Proclaimers are proud of their Scottish identity in the same way that Billy Bragg was proud of his non-bespectacled Cockney one -- that is, they don't bother to hide it. This brother act couples gorgeous, brogue-filled, Everly Brothers style harmonies with snappy energy. Always engaging, whether on a country tune or an upbeat rocker, they remained critical darlings until the film Benny and June turned "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" into a Top-10 hit single five years after it was released on swell Sunshine on Leith (1988).

About The Proclaimers

The Proclaimers are proud of their Scottish identity in the same way that Billy Bragg was proud of his non-bespectacled Cockney one -- that is, they don't bother to hide it. This brother act couples gorgeous, brogue-filled, Everly Brothers style harmonies with snappy energy. Always engaging, whether on a country tune or an upbeat rocker, they remained critical darlings until the film Benny and June turned "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" into a Top-10 hit single five years after it was released on swell Sunshine on Leith (1988).