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The Malpass Brothers: Live at the Paramount Theatre

by The Malpass Brothers

If you like Ernest Tubb, Merle Haggard and the Louvin Brothers, you will love these highlights from the Malpass Brothers' annual show at the historic Paramount Theatre in downtown Goldsboro, their home town.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Walking the Floor over You (Live)
3:09 $1.29
2. If You Got the Money I Got Time (Live)
1:53 $1.29
3. I Cant Keep You in Love with Me (Live)
2:58 $1.29
4. I Just Dont Like Loving You (Live)
4:23 $1.29
5. I Threw Away the Rose (Live)
4:20 $1.29
6. Man in Blacks Wearing White (Live)
2:53 $1.29
7. Memory That Bad (Live)
3:25 $1.29
8. Miss the Mississippi and You (Live)
3:05 $1.29
9. I Found Someone to Love (Live)
3:15 $1.29
10. Mamas Prayers (Live)
2:57 $1.29
11. My Time with Merle (Live)
3:38 $1.29
12. Okie from Muskogee (Live)
3:27 $1.29
13. Part-Time Star (Live)
3:57 $1.29
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Album Notes
If you like tradttional country music, you will love the Malpass Brothers.

This CD, recorded live at their annual hometown concert, includes favorites from Ernest Tubb, Merle Haggard and the Louvin Brothers, as well as six of their own original tunes.

The Malpass Brothers are heroes in their hometown, Goldsboro, North Carolina. Before they were even ten years old, they had made a name for themselves at churches and talent shows. Their first performance in Goldsboro’s historic Paramount Theatre in 1998 was sold out. The Paramount was destroyed by fire in 2005 but was rebuilt in a public-private effort led by David Weil. Mr. Weil invited the Malpass Brothers to be the first act to play in the renewed downtown landmark—sold out again!

For the past nine years the Malpass Brothers have opened every season for the Paramount. And on January 13, 2017, a crew was on hand to record the annual event as part of a new public television documentary about the Malpass Brothers.
!Here are live highlights from that concert. Of the six Malpass Brothers originals included, two are heard here for the first time. “My Time With Merle” was written on the Malpass Brothers’ flight home from their hero’s funeral. “Part-Time Star” speaks to the realities of their lives these days, as they juggle the demands of their fast-growing musical career in the hometown they love.
!“These young men still have their day jobs,” said Mr. David Weil, president of the Paramount Theatre Foundation. “Christopher works really hard at a transmission shop and Taylor is in the tobacco fields every day. They are also trying to make it in the music business. They have a tough row to hoe. But I believe they are on to something. And we here at the Paramount — and, in fact, everybody in the town of Goldsboro — we are all cheering their success.”

From their hairdresser Cristyl Jones: "With the Malpass Brothers, what you see is what you get. I have been cutting their hair since they were little boys. They are both so respectful and mannerly and very sweet. But they sure won't let me touch their sideburns!



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