I've talked about the Everly Brothers previously, but their musical output was so big that we could do many pages on TDR. This video of 'When Will I Be Loved,' was done at the Dick Clark Saturday night show on ABC sponsored by a chewing gum company, whose slogan was IFIC, note the kids all chewing away and wearing buttons. TDR
Don and Phil Everly were, for the first four and a half decades of the rock & roll era the most popular duo in recorded history. They surpassed Sonny & Cher, Simon & Garfunkel, the Righteous Brothers, and all comers, until Daryl Hall & John Oates beat them out. The Everly Brothers did their best early work on the Cadence record label, starting with Bye Bye Love in the mid-fifties, and concluding with When Will I Be Loved in early 1960, before the two moved over to the Warner Brothers label. When Will I Be Loved was a classic rock & roller that made it into the top ten, and would do so again over a decade later when Linda Ronstadt remade it. This is the last Everly Brothers song on Cadence, and a classic one at that...When Will I Be Loved.
Till I Kissed You