The Everly Brothers got back together for a reunion concert in 1983 after a decade of not speaking to each other. Though surprising, there was no doubt that this reconciliation concert, held for sentimental reasons at the Albert Hall, would be a triumph. Two smooth, well-built figures in dinner jackets, with acoustic guitars, the Everlys (at the time Don 46, Phil 44) performed a catalogue of their hits with such immaculate phrasing and delicate, glistening harmonies that it was as if the audience was hearing them for the first time. When asked for the most memorable moment of his career, Phil Everly replied, “the Albert Hall reunion.” Join Award-winning concert performers Lessack and Rodgers as they invite you to recapture and celebrate THAT magical evening of timeless music and unparalleled harmonies.
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