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August 22, 2021






In 57, The Everly Brothers entered the UK charts,

with the first of eleven hits on the London label, on view.

When ‘Bye Bye Love’, reached No.6, followed by

 ‘Wake Up Little Susie’, a US No.1 & UK Top 2


In 58, came two US No.1’s, being

‘All I Have To Do Is Dream’/’Claudette’ –

(a double A side, seven week, UK No.1) ,

and ‘Bird Dog’, a sure UK Top 2 bet.


In 59, four more hits came along.

The first being ‘Problems’, with a No.6 view.

And ‘Take A Message To Mary’, a Top 20, and also

‘Poor Jenny’, at No.14, and (‘Til) I Kissed You’, at No.2.


In 60, came five more UK chart entries,

with ‘Let It Be Me’, at No.13.

Followed by, ‘Cathy’s Clown’, a US & UK No.1,

and ‘When Will I Be Loved’, at No.4, seen.


In 60,’Lucille’/ ‘So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)’,

on Warner Brothers, a Top 4, won.

Then came, ‘Like Strangers’, on London, at No.11. And in 61,

‘Walk Right Back’/’Ebony Eyes’, on Warner Brothers, a No.1.


Now, staying on Warner Brothers until 1968,

their next hit, ‘Temptation’, another UK No.1 fix.

Followed by ‘Muskrat’/’Don’t Blame Me’, a Top 20,

and in 62, ‘Cryin’ In The Rain’, peaked at No.6.


Next came ‘How Can I Meet Her’, reaching No.12,

and at No.11, ‘No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile’.

And in 63, was ‘So It Will Always Be’, at No.23,

and ‘It’s Been Nice’, at the No.26 dial.


Ending 63, ‘The Girl Sings The Blues’, rose to No.25,

and in 64, ‘The Ferris Wheel’, made a No.22 stay.

Also in 64, ‘Gone Gone Gone’, was at No.36,

and in 65, ‘That’ll Be The Day’, was a Top 30 play.


Also in 65, ‘The Price Of Love’, made the Top 2.

And ‘I’ll Never Get Over You’, reached No.35.

Ending 65, ‘Love Is Strange’, peaked at No.11.

And in 68, ‘It’s My Time’, at No.39, did arrive.


In 84, on Mercury, rising to No.41,

was ‘On The Wings Of A Nightingale’.

Ending this tribute, to Don & Phil Everly,

along their sensational Hit Parade trail.


Thank You for the music


Phil Everly     1939 – 2014

Don Everly     1937 – 2021.


written by

Harriet Blackbury




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