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The Good Brothers

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Genres  Country
Website  thegoodbrothers.com
Years active  1972–present
Genre  Country music

Labels  Columbia, RCA, Solid Gold, Savannah, Hogtown
Origin  Richmond Hill, Canada (1972)
Albums  Restricted Goods, LIVE at the Rattlesnake Saloon
Members  Brian Good, Bruce Good, Larry Good, John P. Allen
Awards  Juno Award for Best Country Artist/Group
Similar  The Sadies, Dallas Good, Mike Belitsky, The Good Family, Prairie Oyster

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The Good Brothers are a Canadian country, bluegrass and folk music group originating from Richmond Hill, Ontario. The band's core members are Brian Good (guitar), his twin brother Bruce Good (autoharp) and younger brother Larry Good (banjo).

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Brian and Bruce Good initially joined guitarist James Ackroyd to form the band James and the Good Brothers in 1967. Their self-titled album was released on Columbia Records in 1971. After a tour itinerary throughout North America, including a Toronto concert opening for Grand Funk Railroad, the Goods wished to return to Canada while Ackroyd sought to continue in the United States.

In 1973, younger brother Larry Good joined the twins to form a new band which first performed 14 May 1974 in Toronto at The Riverboat club. Since then, the band has extensively toured Canada, United States and Europe. Their role in Canadian music was strengthened by winning the Juno Award for Country Group or Duo for eight consecutive years from 1977 to 1984.

The Good Brothers were supplemented by other musicians such as John P. Allen (fiddle) and Bruce's son Travis Good of The Sadies (guitar and mandolin). Travis was a regular member of The Good Brothers when Larry took a leave of absence throughout the 1990s.

The 1988 single entitled "You Won't Fool This Fool This Time" was written by Bernie LaBarge. It reached No. 14 on the Canadian country charts.

In 1996 the Good Brothers provided entertainment at the Queen's Park Provincial Legislature's Canada Day celebrations in Toronto, Ontario.

In 2003 the Good Brothers performed at the Palmer Rapids Twin Festival, in Palmer Rapids, Ontario.

In 2006 the band released a gospel album, Blind Faith, and then headed out on their 29th tour of Europe.

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Songs

Hot Knife BoogieBest Of The Good Brothers · 2003
Fox On The RunBest Of The Good Brothers · 2003
Alberta BoundBest Of The Good Brothers · 2003

References

The Good Brothers Wikipedia


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