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The Flying Burrito Brothers
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Musicians
    (1969-2000)
    Born in Los Angeles, California
    Original members:
    Gram Parsons, vocals, guitar and keyboards
    Chris Hillman, guitar, mandolin and vocals
    'Sneaky' Pete Kleinow, pedal steel guitar
    Chris Ethridge, bass guitar and keyboards
    Jon Corneal, drums
    Recorded the albums 'The Gilded Palace of Sin' (1969), 'Burrito Deluxe' (1970), 'The Flying Burrito Brothers' (1971), 'Last of the Red Hot Burritos' (1972), 'Flying Again' (1975), 'Airborne' (1976), 'Close Encounters to the West Coast' (1978), 'Hearts on the Line' (1981), 'Sunset Sundown' (1982), 'Cabin Fever' (1985), 'Eye of a Hurricane' (1994), 'California Jukebox' (1997) and 'Honky Tonkin' aka Sons of the Golden West' (1999)
    Their personnel constantly changed, with a different line-up on each studio album.
    They broke up and re-formed multiple times, with their reunions unofficially dubbed 'Refried Burritos.'
    They dropped the 'Flying' from their name in the early 80s.
    By 1985, there were both a Burrito Brothers in the studio and a Flying Burrito Brothers on the road with different members. (The two bands fused in 1989.)
    Chris Ethridge unexpectedly quit days before a reunion tour (1994).
    They were an influence on country rock in the 70s, country 'New Traditionalists' in the 80s, and alt-country in the 90s.
    After a decade of critical acclaim but no sales, they scored several country hits in the early 80s and received an award as 'Best Crossover Group' from Billboard.
    Band members spearheaded a campaign to get honky-tonker Lefty Frizzell inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
    After their stints in the band, Bernie Leadon became a founding member of the Eagles and Rick Roberts formed Firefall.

Credit: C. Fishel


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