The Brothers Four is an American folk singing group, founded in 1957 in Seattle, Washington, known for their 1960 hit song "Greenfields". Bob Flick, John Paine, Mike Kirkland, and Dick Foley met at the University of Washington, where they were members of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity in 1956 (hence the "Brothers" appellation).
The Brothers Four continue to tour and perform across America performing as part of the "This Land is Your Land" live all-star folk concert tour, inspired by the PBS TV Folk Music Special. Mike Kirkland (tenor, guitar, banjo) 1957-1968 Dick Foley (baritone, guitar) 1957-1991 John Paine (baritone, guitar) 1957-2004 Bob Flick (baritone, bass, upright bass, acoustic bass) 1957-1972, returned in 1975-current Mark Pearson 1969-1971, returned in 1989-current Bob Haworth 1971-1989 Tom Coe 1972-1974 Terry Lauber 1991-2004 Mike McCoy 2004-current John Hylton 2004-2008 Karl Olsen.
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The Brothers Four will be on tour in Arizona and California over the next two weeks, starting Friday, February 22nd and winding up on Sunday March 3rd. They also have one show in Washington State at the end of March. The dates and locations are below. The full-time lineup of The Brothers Four - as solid as ever - includes Mike McCoy, Karl Olsen, Mark Pearson and Bob Flick.
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Listen to Brothers Four, The lyrics sorted by album. Brothers Four, The lyrics. Browse by album: ▼ Sing Of Our Times/The Honey Wind Blows (2004). Greenfields (2003). Star Box: The Brothers Four (2003).
|A1||Try To Remember|
|A4||Last Thing On My Mind|
|A5||Where Have All The Flowers Gone|
|B2||Early Morning Rain|
|B3||San Francisco Bay Blues|
|B4||The Green Leaves Of Summer|
|B6||Try To Remember|
|C1||City Of New Orleans|
|C2||Leaving On A Jet Plane|
|C3||Teach Your Children|
|C5||Suite: Judy Blue Eyes|
|D1||Someone Who Cares|
|D2||Take It Easy|
|D3||One toke Over The Line|
|D4||Where I'm Bound To Go|
|D5||The Cover Of "Rolling Stone"|
|D6||Bridge Over Troubled Water|
- Record Company – CBS/Sony Inc.
- Bass – Tommy Coe
- Guitar – Bob Haworth, Dick Foley, John Paine
NotesRecorded live at Shinjuku Koseinenkin Hall, Tokyo on October 10th, 1973
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