The Good Brothers
The Good Brothers have gained a worldwide audience over the course of their accomplished Career. In 1973, Bruce and Brian Good recruited younger brother Larry to form The Good Brothers and it wasn’t long before group was packing Toronto’s fabled El Macombo five nights a week; breaking bar records, attendance records, and exhausting determined dancers. Then there were eight straight Juno awards for Best Country Group, and headline gigs at Massey Hall, Roy Thompson Hall, The National Art Centre and the weeks at L.A.’s Universal Amphitheatre with Gordon Lightfoot. There was even a self-titled double gold album. Fast-forward 30 years – and they’re still here. No long breaks for the Goods – they kept making records, and gigged relentlessly. More recently they where 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’ve kept the flame burning, and the music going and those determined dancers have never stopped. The 80’s and 90’s came and went, and Canada’s musical soundtrack, through all those years, included The Good Brothers.