Song of the day: The Everly Brothers- Bye Bye Love
I’m shocked. Today, just a few moments ago, when I started up a newssite to find inspiration for a limerick, I saw Phil Everly died. He was part of the Everly Brothers, and I think they were one of the groups who gave music a destination. Between all the rock ‘n roll and doowop music, they created a whole new sound, which inspired one of the biggest bands in the world, the Beatles. They changed music, and still their music is inspiring.
They were the origins of some groups and people. In the summer, I gave a presentation about the U.S.A., and someone thought they were Simon & Garfunkel, who covered one of their songs. Their sound is great, harmonic, and maybe they are bigger than the Beatles, although they are to most people unknown.
RIP Phil Everly (74)
The Everly Brothers- Bye Bye Love (their first hit)
Posted on January 4, 2014, in 1950-1959, FlinterFiles and tagged beatles, bye bye love, dead, doowop music, everly brothers, FlinterFiles, inspiration, Music, phil everly, The Everly Brothers. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.