The Good Brothers

Sat. Nov 1, 2014
8:00 pm

BUY TICKETS - $22 plus HST

The Good Brothers who have won eight consecutive Juno awards for Best Country Group and headlined gigs at Massey Hall, Roy Thompson Hall, The National Art Centre and performed countless shows at L.A.’s Universal Amphitheatre with (their mentor) Gordon Lightfoot have gained a worldwide audience over the course of their accomplished career. The Goods’ were honoured by being the 2004 inductees into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame as well as two nominations for Country Group and Roots Artist of the year at the Canadian Country Music Awards. They have toured in Europe 26 times, where their loyal legion of fans embrace them time and time again.

The first show of their career (Bruce & Brian Good) was with James Aykroyd in the group was at Maple Leaf Gardens with Grand Funk Railroad. Then came the cross Canada tour on the outrageous Festival Express with such bands as The Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Ian & Sylvia and The Band, to name a few. With a little help from friends The Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane, they recorded their first album on Columbia records. Gigs at San Francisco’s famed Fillmore West and L.A.’s Troubadour and in Northern California with The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service were monumental.

Brian and Bruce Good joined forces with their younger brother Larry in 1973 and performed their first gig was the legendary Toronto club The Riverboat, on May 14, 1974. It wasn’t long, before The Good Brothers were packing Toronto’s fabled El Mocambo five nights a week; breaking bar records, attendance records and exhausting determined dancers. The Good Brothers self-titled debut album went double gold and in 2003 their album titled “One True Thing” wasvoted Canada’s number one Independant Album of the Year. Their music encompasses country, bluegrass, folk and the occasional selection from their rock and roll songbook.

Location
Harmony House Theatre

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