The Everly Brothers were elected to the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame during 1986. They remain one of the more influential artists in music history as their tight harmonies would impress a generation of musicians including The Besatles, Beach Boys, and Bee Gees.
Thye became stars during the last half of the 1960s with such hits as “All I Have To Do Is Dream,” “Wkae Up Little Susie,” which both reached number one and “Bye Bye Love” and “Problems,” which both climbed to number two.
The signed with the WB label during 1960 and their first release for their new music home was the biggest of their career.
“Cathy’s Clown” topped the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart for five weeks and the British Singles Chart for seven. It would sell 8 million copies worldwide. ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE named it as one of the 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time.
The Everly Brothers still tour every so often.