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Thanks for posting Chris. I tried to post it earlier this morning but when I kept trying preview there wasn’t a report. Xx❤️❤️
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I had a problem with it yesterday Joy and thought you may be able to post it. Anyway it was fine just now.
Always good to hear them with Ike and Margaret.
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Very nice interview, the Everly’s are warm, friendly and down to earth.
I had never read that Phil had voice issues, surprised me.
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Very interesting and illuminating. Thanks Chris.
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@Marion He was 6 - I think that was the issue! Voice developed a little later.

Oh, sorry - thought you were referring to Margaret's comment, but now realise you meant the last remarks.
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Poor Phil, he must have had ‘nodes’ I think they are called. Probably short for nodules! Think it’s caused by the vocal chords rubbing together in the larynx. Elton John among others had them!
This is the first I've heard of Phil having voice problems. He would not have been singing for some time after treatment (op.) if this was the trouble!
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Thank you Chris.
Interesting interview.
I also never knew Phil had some voice issues.
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Such an interesting interview! Don is very open about his problems in the mid '60's with "Speed" which he admits took about three years to clear up and Phil certainly sounded like he had a vocal problem in his part of the interview! As they were over to tour in '71 that must have been difficult to cope with! Thank goodness it didn't cause irreparable damage to his voice! Was this the time that their father came onstage and played at the Albert Hall which I am sure was very special evening for both brothers and their father and mother? The accompanying photograph of the four of them which illustrated this post above, shows so very clearly that Phil took strongly after his father and Don very much his mother in looks! A fascinating post so thank you very much Chris for this one!
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I saw that RAH show; it was wonderful
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Jeanroberts private msg quote post Address this user
Lucky you, MeFloody! Must have been quite something! xxxxx
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Oh it must have been a fantastic night Mike. Very envious in the nicest possible way. I saw them that year in Manchester at the Free Trade Hall But Ike didn’t appear but it was still a magical night. Xx❤️❤️
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If memory serves me correctly (and it seldom does these days 😀) that was the show where Louden Wainwright the third opened the show for Don and Phil. He got a tough time from some of the audience and he walked off stage. That was until we all yelled for him to come back out, which he graciously did.
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fascinating interview thank you Chris.
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thanks so much!!!!!
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if i ever had a daughter i would have named her everly, honest!
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There's a YouTube birthday song for a girl called Everly.
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