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The Bacon Brothers is a pop/rock and country music duo of brothers Kevin and Michael Bacon belonging to the United States. The two have been into music since they were little boys; however, they formed an official band in 1995. They earned fame in music way before they even released a proper studio album as a band. Kevin Bacon has enjoyed a career as a prolific screen actor of the time, starring in films such as Footloose, The River Wild, Apollo 13, Diner and JFK. Now the brothers are going on a tour which will stop by your city as well for which The Bacon Brothers tickets are now available.
The Bacon Brothers was initially formed in order to perform for a charity show that was being arranged in their hometown Philadelphia. Although the two had been performing together since childhood, Kevin initially focused more on his acting career while Michael continued to polish his music career with the folk rock band from the 70s named Good News. With the band he released two studio albums. He then left the band and started composing music for television and film and managed to win an Emmy Award for his score in the documentary "The Kennedys."
The Bacon Brothers together have composed music for several television shows as well. They appear on children CDs by Sandra Boynton named Philadelphia Chickens and Dog Train. In 2004, their track Chop Wood (Carry Water) was included in the film The Woodsman. The film was produced by Kevin and he starred in it as well. Their song When You've Decided You've Stayed Too Long was featured in Red Betsy from 2003. Kevin also produced Loverboy and starred in it as well along with Kyra Sedgwick, his wife, and Michael composed the music for the film.
The Bacon Brothers appeared in a 2006 episode of the "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" in which Michael appeared as the straight guy and by the end of the episode was joined by Kevin. The next year Michael continued to compose music for television including PBS' The Jewish American's soundtrack. He also composed The Kennedys soundtrack the same year, winning himself an Emmy. In 2009, they appeared as special guests in an episode of Live From Daryl's House, a free monthly e-concert. In the concert they performed four of their songs from the recent album. They also performed a few cover songs.
The Bacon Brothers took part in the March on Stage and also the Hard Rock Café's March for the purpose of helping people making a difference and helping the poor. By the end of the show, Matt Morris joined them on the stage. That same year they also recorded the "Private Sessions" which were to air on A&E Channel. Apart from that, in the June of the same year their single Guilty of the Crime hit the market and they also performed duet with The Bellamy Brothers.
The Bacon Brothers performed in yet another charity concert on the top of Pikes Peak for Love Hope Strength Foundation. The whole event was recorded by Matt Carpenter and later the video was put up on their MySpace page. In the fall of 2009, the brothers embarked on a tour which took them to a number of cities across the country including New Jersey, Florida, NYC and Washington DC. Later that year they got together with the legend Bunny Sigler in order to record a special new version of the New Year's Day. In May of 2011, the brothers arranged two concerts in support of California Dream Week, a nonprofit organization. That same year they were also featured in the Making Music Magazine. This year the duo is going to come to your town in yet another concert. So be there with The Bacon Brothers tickets.