Isaac Donald Everly is dies
Bye bye love … RIP Don Everly. All you have to do now is dream.
Don Everly, who was exposed to music as a young man, collaborated with his brother Phil Everly to form the Everly Brothers, a rock duo popular in the 1950s and 1960s. Their first album, “Bye Bye Love,” won international recognition and reputation. Don Everly was born in Brownie, Kentucky, the son of popular country singers Ike and Margaret Everly in the 1940s. Don and Phil once appeared on his parents’ radio show and went on tour with them. When they moved to Nashville in the 1950s, the children began their lives. Kitty Wells recorded Don Everly’s “Thou Shalt Not Steal” in 1954, and these guys soon built a reputation.
The success of the Everly Brothers began in 1957, when they turned Felice and Boudleaux Bryant’s song “Bye Bye Love” into a hit. The combination of folk and country creates a certain style that is liked even by those who oppose this generation of music.
The two recorded “Wake Up Little Susie”, “All I have to Do Is Dream”, “Bird Dog” and “For You”, all of Kobe’s songs. These successes made the Everly Brothers the first vocal group in the late 1950s. Don’s single “Cathy’s Clown” has remained at number one in the United States for five consecutive weeks and remains at the top of the charts. lists. More than three million copies have been sold in more than two months.
By 1961, they had gained fame and fortune and continued to churn out hits like “Walk Right Back” and “Temptation.” In late 1961, both boys enlisted in the Marine Corps, but only stayed there for six months before setting out on a return trip to Europe. However, at a stop in London, Phil Everly played solo, while Tang recovered from an overdose. His addiction lasted for three years, during which the two performed only occasionally.
In 1965, the duo took a back seat to the roar of the new rhythm, as “The Price of Love” and “Love Is Strange” scored high in the British rankings, sporadic success continues. However, his 1966 album failed to make the list.
In 1973, due to many failed albums and Don Everly’s confusion, the duo made their way. During this period, Don Everly began his solo career. His band, Dead Cowboys, was successful in Nashville and worked with Albert Lee. In June 1983, the duo performed for a standing audience at London’s Royal Albert Hall. In 1984, Paul McCartney’s Wings of a Nightingale recognized them again. Despite the difficulties encountered throughout their careers, Don Everly was rewarded in 1986 when the two were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.