As we continue to mark the death of Phil Everly, don't miss this untold tragic story of how a falling out with their legendary manager, Wesley Rose (son of Fred Rose), doomed their career after the early1960s. Sad.
Then consider this fun fact: He directly inspired Warren Zevon's classic "Werewolves of London." Sounds implausible unless you know that Warren was Phil's music director before making it big. Great story. Well, Phil's hair was always perfect.
Then dig Ray Charles' "Bye-Bye Love" from five decades back. Below that, home recording of Gram Parsons doing "When Will I Be Loved" (with Chris Hillman?).