- 2009 This Beat Goes On
Canadian Pop Music in the 1970s
(CBC main network, Aug. 27 & Sept. 3 at 9 p.m.)
(CBC Newsworld, Sept. 12 & Sept. 18 at 10 p.m.)
This Beat Goes On tells the story of Canadian music in the 1970s, a ground-breaking era of great sounds, from glam and progressive rock to punk and reggae. Set in the formative years of Canada's music industry, This Beat Goes On offers a jukebox full of chart-topping songs from, from Gordon Lightfoot's "Sundown" and Nick Gilder's "Hot Child in the City" to Trooper's "Raise a Little Hell" and Max Webster's "Paradise Skies." The Good Brothers perform "Alberta Bound."
Mixing archival footage with candid interviews, the documentary features proven hitmakers like Anne Murray, Neil Young and The Guess Who as well as a wealth of new folksingers, blues artists and mullet-rockers. Solo artists like Joni Mitchell and progressive rockers Rush still rule, but it's also a time of shaved heads and skinny ties, as punk and new wave artists push their way into the spotlight. By the end of the decade, the Can-rock revolution has arrived.
From B.T.O. to D.O.A., This Beat Goes On presents the wealth of music that sprang from the Great White North during the explosive Seventies.
- 2007 CCMA - Special Instrument Award - Banjo - Larry Good
- 2004 Ontario Country Performers and Fan Award - Best Group/Duo
- For you Royal True Bluegrass fans don't miss out on purchasing "North to Ontario 2007" this cd is comprised of
various Ontario artists and features Guide My Way Back Home, written and performed by Bruce, Brian and Larry...
To receive this just send $20.00 cheque or money order, made payable to the Good Brothers to
P.O. Box 21575
Upper Canada Postal Outlet
Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8J1
- The Good Brothers - "True Believer"
The first single from their new CD, Blind Faith
Canadian country music legends, The Good Brothers, present to you their single, "True Believer" from the trio's newest album, Blind Faith. Written by twin brothers Bruce and Brian Good and Bruce's son, Travis Good of alt-country band, The Sadies, "True Believer" melds the Good Brother's classic country and trademark roots sound into a heartwarming track that begs to be repeated.
With Blind Faith the Brothers have created an inviting album with songs that explore and celebrate faith and family. Blind Faith is distributed in Canada by Outside Music.
For more than thirty years, The Good Brothers have been innovators in the country music genre, releasing fourteen albums and winning Country Group of the Year at the Juno awards eight years in a row. They have toured tirelessly across North America and have more than 25 European tours under their belts.
Inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in 2004, The Good Brothers have continued to create and perform. They released a live album the following year called, Live at the Rattlesnake Saloon, and have continued to tour worldwide since.
We look forward to hearing your thoughts on this song!
- The Good Brothers / Blind Faith - a new Good Brother CD scheduled for Release September 12, 2006. This recording is dedicated to the
memory of our parents, Harold and Albina Good, who encouraged us to sing and love music. The songs we have chosen represent a blend of
traditional bluegrass tunes sung to us as children, and more recent original compositions. This is a glimpse into our family music history.
We hope you enjoy listening to this collection of inspirational and gospel songs as much as we enjoyed creating it for you.
Bruce, Brian, Larry and George
- For those who have been asking ~ Gone So Long
is being re released here in Canada...this European release is a lovely blend of celtic music
and represents the years that Travis spent with the Band**
a must have CD for any avid fan! Buy Now!
- On Saturday, April 16th
The Good Brothers made their triumphant return to Toronto with the
release of their brand new CD, Live At The Rattlesnake Saloon, at
Toronto's Legendary Hugh's Room (2262 Dundas Street West).
Brothers have gained a worldwide audience over the course of their accomplished
career. Bruce Good and twin brother Brian, along with kid brother Larry, have
been playing together all their lives, but started working professionally in the
early '70s. They played simple music, straight from the heart that encompassed
country, bluegrass, folk and the occasional page from the rock 'n' roll
songbook. Fiddle tunes flowed, as did cover songs, highlighted by Larry's banjo
breaks, Bruce's autoharp, their unique sibling harmonies and enough on-stage
energy to burn down a cornfield.
Thirty years and 14 albums later, the
boys have gone through some personnel changes and personal growth. There have
been eight straight Juno awards as Best Country Group, headline gigs at Massey
Hall, a platinum album and twenty-one European tours.
Live At The
Rattlesnake Saloon was recording in Munich on one of the band's many
successful tours of Europe. The new album is a toe-tapping romp through
re-worked classics, like "Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms" together with
timeless masterpieces such as Stephen Foster's "Angelina Baker", and A.P.
Carter's "Wildwood Flower." For good measure the CD also contains some of the
brother's self-penned songs like "A Rag and a Fiddle" and the emotional "An Old
So head over to Hugh's Room to take in the show. Tickets
are $20 in advance and $22 at the door. The event is a real family affair as the
sons of Bruce Good, Dallas and Travis, along with their band The
Sadies kick off the evening at 8.30pm and The Good Brothers take the
stage at 9.30pm.
- April 1st, 2005 - CHAM Radio Launch Party (cd release party LIVE At the Rattlesnake Saloon) Cambridge, Ontario
- March 15, 2005 - North American release date of LIVE at the Rattlesnake Saloon.
- February 22, 2005 - Brothers leave for Europe - European Release date of LIVE at the Rattlesnake Saloon.
- November 28, 2004 - Ontario Country Performer and Fan Association Award held in Cambridge, Ontario. Brothers won "Group of the Year".
- October 2004 - Copps Coliseum with Gordon Lightfoot for two night sold out performance.
- The Good Brothers were inducted into
the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in September 2004 at the years
CCMA Awards in Edmonton Alberta ~ Congratulation ~ We are all so Proud of you!!!!!
- August 2004 - Canadian Country Music Awards Nominations
- Group or Duo of the Year
- Roots Artist or Group of the Year
- Bruce and Larry are nominated for the 2004 CCMA Musician Awards in the Special
For more information, visit www.ccma.org
- August 11 and 12, 2004 Good Brothers to are set to record in Munich...
- The Good Brothers are heading back to Europe in February 2004 and will be
recording a Live Album at The Rattlesnake Club in Munich, Germany on
February 23rd and 24th. Release of this new CD will coinside with
their 25th European Tour. The Cd will be available for sale in North America
via the website ~ stay tuned for further information... Due to illness this has been postponed
- Base Player Jeff Quick, Drummer Lorne Pinkney and newcomer Charlie St.
Denis (Fiddle and Mandolin player) are travelling with boys...
- The CBC aired a series entitled "The Canadian Experience" in which Bruce
made a guest appearance as abolishonist John Brown in "Freedoms Land Canada
and the Underground Railroad". It was aired on Thursday February
5th at 9:00 p.m.
- The Brothers recently hosted the British Columbia Music Awards
- Brian, Bruce and Larry have been extremely involved with
writing/rehearsing & touring. In October they were invited to attend the
International Bluegrass Music Awards and Trade Show. Where they linked up
with friends Doug and Rodney Dillard writers of "Old Man at the Mill" and
"Dooley" and Jimmy Gaudreau (one of the original Country Gentlemen who first
recorded "Fox on the Run"). While in Kentucky they played at the World
Famous Station Inn.
- September 2003 - Canadian Country Music Awards
The Good Brothers were nominated once again for group of the year. After 33
years in the business it's rewarding to know we are still considered one of the
top 5 groups in Canada. As well, Larry was nominated for "special instrument" -
banjo and Bruce was nominated in the same category for autoharp.- The award show
was televised on CBC on September 8th from the Pengrowth Saddledome in Calgary.
The special instrument award was presented at the president's lunch on
Saturday September 6th at which Bruce won special
instrument award for Autoharp ~ Larry demands a recount!!!!!!!!!!!
The Brothers also performed on the gospel show, the songwriters cafe and for
FANfest at Olympic park in Calgary. FANfest was open to the public,free and ran
Sept. 6th from 11 am 'till 4 pm. It was a chance for people to get up close
and personal with favorite artists. Each act performed 2 or 3 songs and were
available for 45 minutes for autographs and picture taking.
2003 ~ One True Thing ~ Independent Album of the Year Canadian Music Week
2003 ~ CCMA Special Instrument Award - Autoharp ~ Bruce Good