The Brothers Four
Since the early 1960s The Brothers Four have played thousands of college concerts, sung for four different U.S. presidents at the White House, appeared at countless Community Concerts, performed with symphony orchestras and jazz stars and toured dozens of foreign countries. They are truly "America's Musical Ambassadors to the World." The Brothers Four, are booked in concert halls throughout the world well into the future. Currently you can catch The Brothers Four on the road across America performing as part of the brand new "This Land is Your Land" live all-star folk concert tour, inspired by the recent PBS folk music special.
The full-time lineup of The Brothers Four, as solid as ever, now includes; Mike McCoy, a veteran folk performer and singer/songwriter. Mike, a native of Washington State has performed with The Brothers Four on special recording projects and occasional stage presentations since the late 1960's; Washington native, Karl Olsen, folk performer, choral director, writer and arranger, is the latest addition to the group, blending his sparkling vocal and guitar skills smoothly into the sound of The Brothers Four; and, Washington State's Mark Pearson, guitarist, banjo player extraordinaire and singer/songwriter who has been such a strong and consistent part of the Group's signature sound since he originally joined in the late 1960's, along with Founding Member, Seattle native, Bob Flick, bass player, group leader and singer/songwriter.
The Brothers Four… In perfect harmony with America's greatest folk hits!
"What set The Brothers Four apart were the consistently smooth, warm, lush harmonies. The audience felt it immediately—with the first song, concertgoers were luxuriating in melted butter, while a warmth greater than music emanated from the stage." ~ Oregon Winter Folk Festival
"Their blend of voices and harmony, the incredible acoustic virtuosity of the four, and the inroads of memory combined to cloak the auditorium in magic. Music is not given enough credit for the impact it has on individuals and society. The Brothers Four, true pioneers in folk music, remind us that it does." ~ Centralia College