My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.At least we have so much of your music to console us.A dream came true for me in 1984 when Paul Mc Cartney gave the Everly's a new song for their comeback album. The topper to my story is that during the year of the comeback I had a son born and at 3 years old he learned to read by looking at the back of Everly Brothers albums and trying to pick out the names of songs.To this day it is one of my favorite songs by anybody. My son also mastered the guitar in later years because of Don and Phil.I was young when I first heard Don and Phil and their harmonies were stamped on my soul.I remember so well buying my first 45 record with my babysitting money.How fortunate we were to have grown up in the 50's and to have had their songs a part of lives ever since. Thanks You for the fun times we shared so long ago, for accepting me as you friend into you life!!Great times with you and Don, and thanks for being so kind to my mom as she adored both of you.
I've always joked that if I ever had a little girl, I would name her Everly Marie.
I wrote a nice tribute to the brothers with a little different spin on it than usual. It's your 75th birthday today and I'm thinking of you.
You always seemed in good spirits and like a kind and respectable man.
It's time to rest now Phil, but you will never be forgotten. P Sandie Kaye Stevens Such wonderful tributes to a wonderful man.
Every time I will go to the same Nursery to buy plants, I will think of you as we lived close to each other. It does my heart good to join all of you in remembering.