The Everly Brothers were stars of the highest magnitude during the late fifties and early sixties. They placed 36 songs on The American singles charts, 1957-1964, and only two more after that point. Four would reach the number one position.
Don and Phil Everly were noted for their harmonies. There was rarely a lead vocal as they sang the leads together.
“All I Have To Do Is Dream” was their biggest hit topping the singles charts for five weeks during 1958. It also remains one of the most memorable ballads of the pre-Beatles era. It also topped the R&B charts which was a stretch as it is classic pop.
“All I Have To Do Is Dream” was one of the main reasons they were elected to The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 1986.