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The Browns

With gentle pop harmonies with roots in early country, sibling act the Browns quickly became a featured act on Red Foley’s Ozark Jubilee in 1955. The following year they signed to RCA Records, immediately scoring a #2 country hit with their recording of the Louvin Brothers’ "I Take The Chance." In 1959, they released the million-selling ballad "The Three Bells," a chart-topper in both pop and country that would be ever linked with the band. That smash was followed by further hits such as "The Old… Show more

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