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    The Right Brothers

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Bush Was Right lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    No Apologies [2006]
    2II [2005]
    3[Downloadable only]
    4Remember: A Military Appreciation Project [2006]
    5For My Country [2004]


    Rock and Roll has always been associated with rebellion. Who would've dreamed that rock music with a conservative lyric would be the most rebellious of all? THE RIGHT BROTHERS' music is a stark contrast to the usual liberal message that has dominated the airwaves and concert halls since the Viet Nam war. TRB present their bold conservative message with loud guitars and no apologies!

    THE RIGHT BROTHERS first gained national and international attention with the release of, "BUSH WAS RIGHT". The pop-punk song, (complete with a video distributed on therightbrothers.com), had everyone either screaming for more or screaming foul. Air America, Fox News, MSNBC, the BBC and talk shows across the country played - and continue to play – the song.

    THE RIGHT BROTHERS have appeared on the Michael Medved Show, MAXIM Radio, the Hugh Hewitt Show, the Lars Larson Show, C-SPAN, the BBC, Sound-off Connecticut with Jim Vicevich, the Kirby Wilbur Show in Seattle, the Liddy & Hill Show in Phoenix, the Martha Zoller Show, RightMarch Radio, Take a Stand with Adam McManus and others. Their music has also been heard on the G. Gordon Liddy Show, NPR, several popular blogs and online news sites (such as Powerlineblog.com), and many more.

    How It Started
    In January of 2004 RightMarch.com posted "Hey Hollywood" on their website and in 72 hours it received 15,000 downloads. Within a few short weeks the number was well over 35,000. Later, a new song and video surfaced - the pro-life and pro-adoption "I Want To Live" - and quickly received over 1,000,000 views. It continues to get attention across the globe.

    No Apologies
    Before releasing their latest CD, THE RIGHT BROTHERS compiled a special 10-song disc to honor American troops. "Remember: A Military Appreciation Project" is being used at Veterans events, Arlington National Cemetery, and other venues to show appreciation through song.

    They make no apologies for their steadfast support of our Armed Forces. They also make no apologies for their latest album.

    Packed with in-your-face lyrics from songs such as "The Enemy Within" ("Leftist judges, one-sided media / Giving voice to those who are trying to kill us / From the bench, in front of the camera / Giving aid and comfort to murderous villains") and "Stop Global Whining" ("His name is Al Gore / Yeah he's a loser / He says the blame falls on me and you /He flies around in a private jet while / He tries to sell an inconvenient 'truth'"), the new project promises to continue to shatter the general misconception that Liberals have the rock and roll market cornered.

    The first single from the album - the simply stated, "I'm In Love With Ann Coulter" - says what Conservative guys have been thinking all along.

    "She captures my heart when she tears Libs apart / And now I must confess things as they are... I'm in love with Ann Coulter"

    It doesn't end there. Songs like "The List", "Overruled" (about Liberal judges) and "Shut Up and Teach" give rock and roll a new slant on rebellion – and it's called Conservatism.

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