Singing is only part of being on the road
McCoy and I have enjoyed a musical partnership of 50 years. What makes it so satisfying is that we have been friends for just as long. It is a friendship that continues to grow.
A performance lasts a couple of hours. We arrive a few hours ahead of time. We stay afterwards to say hi to folks that have come to the show. That can leave a lot of time to explore cities and towns. Included here are some photos of us out on the town.
The video of “Scarlet Ribbons” features McCoy.
The audio recordings give you a chance to hear some performances that are not available in the US. That is McCoy on “Children of the Moon” a special project for the Mitsubishi Pavilion at Expo 2005 in Nagoya. “What a Wonderful World” is from that same project. “Toku E Ikitai” is an example of The Brothers Four singing in Japanese.