Tag Archive: Phil Everly


Hello! My name is Alison. I’ve been passionate about country music since I was very young. I got to know music by following styles – rock, southern rock and the country music styles of today – and by cruising through the USA. I’ve also bought a lot of CDs! In recent years, I started broadcasting the “Les News de Nashville” on the Big Cactus Country presented by my friend Johnny Da Piedade. You can read my blog post on the Big Cactus Country site as well as here on the HorizonVU Music Blog and SHOP!

Big Cactus Country Radio Show!!! The best of American Country presented by Johnny Da Piedade and Alison Hebert! The BCC is a syndicated radio Show presented by Johnny Da Piedade and Alison Hebert broadcast weekly more than 250 times. The BCC network is 120 affiliated radio stations in France, Reunion Island, St-Pierre-et-Miquelon, Belgium, Switzerland, Quebec and more.

The Grammy Awards! You never heard much about them before [France], but this year the French Daft Punk have won several Grammys in their class, so now you know what I’m going to talk to you!

January 26, marked the 56th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California! Each music category is represented -rock, techno, pop music, electronic music, metal, country music and many other styles!

Kacey Musgraves

Kacey Musgraves

But as what we’re interested in, of course, is country and the artist who stands out in 2014, is the singer Kacey Musgraves. She walked away with two Grammys, one for Best Country Album, “Same Trailer Different Park”, but also for Best Country Song with the title “Merry Go ‘Round “!

The former lead singer of rock band, Hootie & the Blowfish, Darius Rucker, won the award for Best Country Solo Performance with the hit “Wagon Wheel” and even the duo The Civil Wars who are husband and wife in life, walked away with the prize, the Best Country Duo, with the single “From This Valley”. Forget disputes that threatened to ruin their careers.

Darius Rucker

Darius Rucker

The Civil Wars

The Civil Wars

For the Americana part, actor-turned singer and musician Steve Martin accompanied by Edie Brickell took the Grammy for Best American Roots Song with “Love Has Come For You”, a song in the same style as the superb duo Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell who took the prize for Best Americana Album for “Old Yellow Moon”.

Edie Brickell and Steve Martin

Edie Brickell and Steve Martin

Rodney Crowell and Emmylou Harris

Rodney Crowell and Emmylou Harris

And finally, in the Bluegrass category, Del McCoury Band walks away with the award for Best Bluegrass Album for “The Streets Of Baltimore”.

Del McCoury Band

Del McCoury Band

As a sideshow, Kacey Musgraves came to sing her latest hit “Follow Your Arrow” with her group all dressed in bright costumes, all against a backdrop of neon-shaped cacti.

Miranda Lambert and Billie Joe Armstrong

Miranda Lambert and Billie Joe Armstrong

Hunter Hayes

Hunter Hayes

The other Texan, Miranda Lambert, was presented on stage with Billie Joe Armstrong, who is none other than the singer and guitarist of rock band Green Day. They all paid tribute to Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers duo who passed away on January 3 with the song “When Will I Be Loved.” Young Hunter Hayes also took the opportunity to interpret his new novel single “Invisible”, Keith Urban appeared live with Gary Park Junior, and Taylor Swift appeared alone at the piano!

Keith Urban

Keith Urban

Then came the icing on the cake with the arrival on stage of a great plateau of the real stars of Country music: Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Merle Haggard along with Blake Shelton on a medley of classics, “Highwayman”, “Okie From Muskogee”, and “Don ‘t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys”! Thrills guaranteed!

Willie Nelson, Chris Kristofferson, Merle Haggard, Blake Shelton

Willie Nelson, Chris Kristofferson, Merle Haggard, Blake Shelton


Hello! My name is Alison. I’ve been passionate about country music since I was very young. I got to know music by following styles – rock, southern rock and the country music styles of today – and by cruising through the USA. I’ve also bought a lot of CDs! In recent years, I started broadcasting the “Les News de Nashville” on the Big Cactus Country presented by my friend Johnny Da Piedade. You can read my blog post on the Big Cactus Country site as well as here on the HorizonVU Music Blog and SHOP!

Big Cactus Country Radio Show!!! The best of American Country presented by Johnny Da Piedade and Alison Hebert! The BCC is a syndicated radio Show presented by Johnny Da Piedade and Alison Hebert broadcast weekly more than 250 times. The BCC network is 120 affiliated radio stations in France, Reunion Island, St-Pierre-et-Miquelon, Belgium, Switzerland, Quebec and more.

Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers died January 3rd at age 74 following a long illness in Burbank, California where he was hospitalized.

Phil Everly along with his brother, Don, was a true icon of rock and roll and country music from the late 50s until 1988.

Don Everly

Don Everly

Phil Everly

Phil Everly

The Everly Brothers duo, the perfect family. Don and Phil Everly began their careers in the 1950s. The American duo, whose magnificent vocal harmonies moved a large following and strongly influenced British bands like The Beatles.

The Beatles

The Beatles

Phil and Don Everly were both spotted by songwriter and exceptional guitarist, the late Chet Atkins. Their talent for composing, singing and guitar and well as steel guitar were all assets that Atkins immediately noticed.

The Everly Brother with Chet Atkins (Center)

The Everly Brother with Chet Atkins (Center)

The Everly Brothers

The Everly Brothers

The City of Music, Nashville, became their new home and that is where they record their first album “The Everly Brothers” and “Songs Our Daddy Taught Us” all released in 1958. Two most memorable tracks are “Bye Bye Love” and “Wake Up Little Susie.” On the first album, there are a lot of known tracks such as “Be-Bop-A-Lula” Rock’n’Roll by legend Gene Vincent, “Keep a Knockin” by Little Richard and “This Little Girl of Mine” by Ray Charles.

Since 1960, The Everly Brothers were signed to the Warner label until 1968. The Everly Brothers, rather gifted in business, were the first artists to get the best deal in history with their label, reaching the million dollar mark. That said, Warner Records has lost nothing in exchange for during the past eight years at Warner, success was guaranteed “Cathy’s Clown”, “Walk Right Back”, “Stick With Me Baby” and among others, the song “Gone Gone Gone ”

brilliantly performed in 2007 by singer Alison Krauss Bluegrass Country in a duet with Robert Plant, the leader of the English band Led Zeppelin.

In 1973, the two brothers what separated and took the opportunity to make a solo career but also to compose until 1983. Phil had a lot of success with the song he has written and performed with actress Sondra Locke “Do not Say You Do not Love Me No More” for the comedy “Every Which Way But Loose “comedy” starring Clint Eastwood.

Every Which Way But Loose

In 1983, Phil Everly a hit in England as a soloist with his self-named album. His studio musician at the time was Dire Straits Mark Knopfler guitarist and drummer Terry Williams!

Dire Straits

Dire Straits

Also in 1983, the two brothers signed on the Mercury label albums. In 1986, they were inducted into the Rock’n’Roll Hall Of Fame and they also received a star on the famous sidewalk of Los Angeles, the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.

In 2001, they entered the Songwriters Hall Of Fame in Nashville.

It was a long and successful career in Rock’n’roll Country for Phil and Don Everly timeless … Rest in Peace Phil …


Powered by WordPress. Theme: Motion by 85ideas.
google-site-verification: google0eca8f6b62d9ec8d.html