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Wright Brothers Band

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Active from  1972
Genre  Pop
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Members  Karl Hinkle, W. Timothy Wright, Tom Wright
Albums  Anthology Album, 4 Aces, A Tribute to America's Music, The American Way, You, Me, and the Universe - EP
Record labels  Warner Bros. Records, Universal Music Group Nashville

Similar  Edward Herrmann, Goldie Hawn, Roddy McDowall

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The Wright Brothers Band, formerly known as the Wright Brothers Overland Stage Company, formed in 1972, is an Indiana based music group. They perform songs from the 1920s to the present day, and can cover bluegrass, pop standards, Country, gospel, and even Aerosmith rock standards. The band briefly gained national attention with their patriotic song "Made in the U.S.A." which celebrated companies that continued to manufacture their products in the United States. They performed on the Grand Ole Opry, The Today Show and appeared 12 times on Nashville Now. Signed with Warner Bros. and Mercury Records in the eighties, the Wright Brothers had nine singles reach Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart. The band also recorded Shot Down in Hot Blood and a cover of "Jim Dandy" for the soundtrack of the 1987 Goldie Hawn movie Overboard, in which they also made a live appearance.

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The band's first three albums, "Cornfield Cowboys", "Memorablia Box", and "Third Phonograph Album" were collected into a box set called "Anthology" first on vinyl and then on CD. "Memorabilia Box" featured live medleys of Harry Nillson's "The Rainmaker" with their own "Dawson", Mickey Newbury's "An American Trilogy" (Battle Hymn of the Republic/Dixie/All My Trials), and Neil Diamond's "Solaimon/Brother Love".

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Songs

American TrilogyThe American Way · 2000
Western Trilogy1975
Only Time for LoveThe American Way · 2000

References

Wright Brothers Band Wikipedia


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