“Retrobilly duo The Malpass Brothers are the closest thing to Nashville’s Golden Age since the passing of Merle Haggard in 2016. In fact, Haggard took a liking to the Goldsboro siblings and invited them to record at his California ranch. This followed a productive association with Hank Williams Sr.’s former pedal steel player, Don Helms. With their carefully textured coifs and colorful Nudie-like suits, the Malpass boys look the music they sing, from honky-tonk classics to Louvin Brothers standards and old-time gospel.” — Jack Bernhardt, (Raleigh) News & Observer

The Malpass Brothers Wave the Banner for Pure, Traditional Country Music
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Malpass Brothers Appear with Doyle Lawson in Bristol, TN: www.tricities.com/news/article_47fbb7c8-7b08-11e4-8eb3-df6af78a0675.html

DO SAVANNAH press interview, Oct. 22, 2014www.dosavannah.com/article/wed-10222014-1140/malpass-brothers-bring-old-time-country-mars-theatre

George Jones once recorded a song called ‘Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes’ which wondered if great country singers would come along in the future to take the place of the great old ones from the past… Well, George, maybe your prayer’s been answered. These guys don’t just sound retro. They are retro.” – Dan MacIntosh, Roothog Radio

May be just the kind of effort that saves country music from complete pop oblivion.” – SteelGuitarForum.com

They’re no museum piece or revival act designed to show how music was performed long ago. They are a working band that uses its talent to entertain and nourish souls.” – Jack Bernhardt

The biggest surprise of the night… You were transported back 50 years… pure talent.” – The Californian

Stepped out of another time…definitely the East Carolina act to watch for on the national music scene.” – Greenville Daily Reflector


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