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The Guthrie Brothers share a lot of history with The Everly Brothers. Like their idols Don and Phil, Jeb and Jock have Kentucky roots, grew up in the Midwest and discovered at an early age their perfect singing harmonies.
“Everything Everly” is a labor of love for the Guthries. Jeb and Jock play and sing this tribute with startling authenticity and engage their audiences with lots of humor and history along the way. The Guthries remember listening to Oldies, Country and Pop on an old Seeburg Jukebox in the small town of Brillion, Wisconsin. Jeb remembers that after hearing “Bye Bye Love” at a Friday night fish-fry, Jock and he were forever changed.”
The Guthries’ original music received national attention with the release of their self-titled, debut album. The album garnered extensive airplay on both Americana and country radio stations. About the album, Billboard Magazine said, “Many stations will find the well-written, heartfelt lyrics and wonderful harmonies a welcome addition to their airwaves.” The album has been re-released and is available online at the iTunes Music Store, Spotify and Rhapsody.
This beautiful building has been in the community for over 50 years and has undergone many upgrades in that time. Brenda Lee, Mickey Rooney, Gene Watson, Stephen King and The Amazing Kreskin are just a few of the big names to hit our stage. In addition to nationally known artists, the Theater houses a wide variety of shows and events all year long ranging from musicians, comedians, and plays to speakers, religious and conference-style events. Throughout the year, The Cultural Center produces a variety of shows including Swingin’ on Mondays with the Charlotte County Big Band, the Charlotte County Concert Band and Cul-Cen Follies.