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While no one can be expected to follow in the footsteps of the Louvin Brothers, arguably the greatest of country music's long history of brother acts (which also includes the Delmores, the Blue Sky Boys, and Charlie and Bill Monroe), the Whitstein Brothers are nonetheless keeping the tradition of harmonizing siblings very much alive — and creating wonderful music in the process. Sweet Harmony is Robert and Charles Whitstein's fifth album for Rounder Records, and it's a beautiful, acoustically-based mix of traditional (Roy Acuff, Louvin Brothers) and contemporary (David Olney, Paul Simon) material, lovingly rendered by the brothers' sweet, steady voices.

Biography

Formed: Pineville, LA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The classic harmonies of the Whitstein Brothers evoked the brother duets that flourished in country music from the 1930s through the 1950s, especially resembling those of the Louvin Brothers. Robert and Charles Whitstein were born one year apart in Pineville, LA, to farmer R.C. Whitstein, who sang and played guitar on his own radio show in nearby Alexandria. The brothers grew up with seven other siblings, and their first exposure to harmony singing came from hearing their parents sing gospel music...
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