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The Good Brothers

The Good Brothers

The Good Brothers


There are multiple groups who share this name: A collective of emcees who frequented the Good Life Cafe (now Project Blowed), including, but not limited to Aceyalone, 2Mex, Busdriver, Abstract Rude, and Riddlore. This collective released an album in 2003 entitled "Project Blowed Presents The Good Brothers." Most, if not every member of this collective has a solo project, as well as collaborations with other fellow artists. The Good Brothers are a longtime Toronto Canada based country-rock group that features twins Bruce and Brian Good Read more on Last.fm
There are multiple groups who share this name: A collective of emcees who frequented the Good Life Cafe (now Project Blowed), including, but not limited to Aceyalone, 2Mex, Busdriver, Abstract Rude, and Riddlore. This collective released an album in 2003 entitled "Project Blowed Presents The Good Brothers." Most, if not every member of this collective has a solo project, as well as collaborations with other fellow artists. The Good Brothers are a longtime Toronto Canada based country-rock group that features twins Bruce and Brian Good, who played autoharp and guitar, respectively. They moved to California and met SF hippie rock royalty Jack Casady and Bill Kreutzmann, and recorded one album with guitarist James Ackroyd. They also toured Canada with The Festival Express alongside the Grateful Dead & Janis Joplin, but by 1972 Ackroyd had left and was replaced by Larry Good , who played banjo.

The trio made their public debut that year at a Yorkville Ontario coffeehouse named The Riverboat, and before long they were playing weeklong stands at The El Mocambo and headlining major toronto venues like Massey Hall and Roy Thompson Hall. By the end of the decade they'd released four albums and won the first of eight consecutive Juno Awards as Country Group of the Year. As their popularity grew, they moved from playing Toronto-area venues to nationwide tours throughout Canada and the U.S., as well as frequent trips to Europe. Larry left the band in 1991, and Bruce's son Travis Good(who later co-formed The Sadies with his brother Dallas) temporarily took his place; touring members of the band have also included fiddlers John (J.P.) Allen and Carl Keys and guitarists Laurice Milton 'Red' Shea, Danny McBride , and Pat Rush.

In 2004, they were inducted into The Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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